Family, police seeking help in search for teenage girl

    17-year old Willow Clayton (Photo courtesy of Cindy Lockhart)<p>{/p}

    The search is on for a missing teenager who was last seen three days ago.

    Police and the family of 17-year old Willow Clayton are asking for your help to try and find her.

    The last time Cindy Lockhart saw her youngest daughter Willow was around 9:30 Monday night.

    They were at their home just in the 6000 block of Forest Wood just off Evers Road on the northwest side.

    The following afternoon when Lockhart came home from work and Willow wasn't there.

    Lockhart believes she didn't run away.

    “She left no note,” said Lockhart. “Her wallet, her ID, her cash is here. Nothing except for Willow and her phone was missing.”

    For the past few days Lockart and Willow's older siblings have been calling texting and searching for clues.

    “She's not talking to anybody and that is what's unusual and that's what is terrifying,” said Lockhart.

    Lockhart made a report with Leon Valley police and told investigators about two years ago Willow met a child predator online

    “We're not ruling anything out at this point all we know is she's not home,” said Chief Joe Salvaggio. “So we can't say that she's been taken but we can say under the circumstances we truly believe she is in danger.”

    Detectives believe that willow might be in the Austin area based off of recent cell phone data.

    “That phone is not on so we can't track her or anything like that,” said Salvaggio.

    Clayton is 5’4” and weighs around 145 pounds. She has blond hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing a green hoodie.

    If you have any information about her please call 210-684-3215.

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