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Ashley Sade Williams Walked Away From Home & Has Not Been Seen Since
February marked three years since anyone has heard from Ashley Sade Williams. According to reports, the 23-year-old left her Atlanta, Georgia home on February 11, 2017, and hasn’t been seen or heard from since.
Ashley’s loved ones claim that it isn’t in her character to disappear without a trace, and due to the length of time involved, she’s been classified by some agencies as “vulnerable” or “endangered missing.” A flyer posted on Twitter suggested Ashley left to go out of town with a “male friend.” The post also said Ashley has “mental health issues” and there could be “possible drug use.” I haven’t been able to substantiate those claims with any other reports or publications, but I’ve included the tweet below.
Please RT. pic.twitter.com/xFgPCV3uBT
— 💕 (@javiaa___) June 14, 2018
At the time of her disappearance, Ashley is described as being around 5 feet 2 inches tall and somewhere between 115 to 130 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. When she was last seen, Ashley wore her hair in long, platinum blonde braids. Her ears, navel, and nose are all pierced. Ashley has multiple tattoos: “Siren Song” on the right side of her face, Nefertiti on the back of her neck, flower design on her hand, a Roman numeral on her right shoulder, and many others on her arms. The clothing she was wearing is unknown except for her Vans shoes. At the time of this publication, Ashley would be 26-years-old.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Dekalb County Police Department at 770-724-7715 or their local authorities.
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