Mother of missing Warner Robins woman seeks answers
WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- The mother of a missing Warner Robins woman said she just wants answers.
Christie Douglas, then, 45 was last seen on March 16, 2016 walking on Ravenwood Way.
Douglas' mother, Fran Jones, said they haven't received any updates on her daughter's disappearance.
“My daughter Christie Carter Douglas has been missing almost 17 months, and I need to find out what happened to her, for all the family,” Jones said.
Jones said that she knows her daughter had issues with addiction.
However, Jones described Douglas as a kind woman who loved laughter and helping others.
“Christie was kind and she was funny and she laughed a lot," Jones said. "She loved to clean and she loved to cook, and she just had some issues and some problems and liked to help older people. She liked raking their yard or cutting their grass. There were a lot of good things about her.”
She has two teenage sons who now live with Jones.
While Jones said she fears the worst, she holds on to some hope.
“We always hope that Christie’s still alive, but my hope is that we can find her, that somebody may have a lead so that we can find her and bring her home," Jones said.
“Everyday it breaks our heart, not knowing where she’s at, or having that final peace, and I need that," Jones said.
Jennifer Parson with the Warner Robins Police Department said there are no new leads in the case.
Douglas is described as a white female with brown hair and green eyes. She weighs 120 pounds and is five feet and one inch tall.
Anyone with information on Douglas' whereabouts is urged to contact Det. Brett Rozier at (478)302-5378.