Reposted from the Four Points News:
Ryan Jeffrey Williams’ mother Relee Krause, was shocked by her son’s disappearance on May 18 and she wants to know that her son is okay. At the time he fled the area, Williams was a Vandegrift High School junior. He and girlfriend Vandegrift High School senior Jacqueline “Jax” Whittington are still missing.
This is the second time Williams has run away this year; the first time he was tracked down and discovered by a private investigator.
Krause received an ominous text at about 7:00 p.m. on May 18 from her son which read:
‘I’m sorry Mom that we’re doing this but I can’t take it here no more. I feel like I’m going crazy. Don’t worry about us. We have money and a place to live. I love you and I miss you. Please don’t worry.’
The teens are thought to be travelling in Whittington’s 2002 silver Honda Accord, license plate LTS789.
Cedar Park Police Captain Jeff Hayes is seeking information.
“If there is anyone, a friend or family member out there who spoke with her (Whittington) before she left or has given her information before she left or has had contact with her since she left, please contact the detective on the case, Detective Christopher Dailey at 512-260-4772,” said Hayes who is also seeking any news of Williams as well.
Read our full coverage on this developing story in this week’s Four Points News or online at www.fourpointsnews.com
Ryan Jeffrey Williams and Jacqueline “Jax” Whittington went to the Vandegrift HS prom together in early May. They ran away on May 18. Local police are asking for help from friends on finding out their whereabouts.