They disappeared nearly two months ago and there's been no sign of them since. Investigators are trying to figure out what happened to Charles Walker and Sonsaray Warford. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information in this case.
The family of Charles Walker and Sonsaray Warford continue to have hope that someone has information that will lead police to where they may be.
"I'm hoping we can find her and she's okay. We're still hoping and praying," says Roslyn Martin, the mother of Sonsaray Warford.
"I think there's someone out there that knows, but won't nobody come forth," says Amy Burbridge, the aunt of Charles Walker.
On June 29th family members went to their home on Keystone Drive and found the couple was gone, as well as Sonsaray's vehicle. She left behind her purse, cell phone, and dog, which they say wasn't normal.
"It was very out of the ordinary for Ms. Warford and Mr. Walker to leave without letting family or friends know what their travel plans were," says Detective William O'Donnell with Richmond Police.
"She would never go anywhere without calling me and we talked all the time on the phone," says Roslyn Martin.
Police do say on the day they were reported missing an unidentified witness says they saw Sonsaray in her car at a Richmond gas station. Police and family are hoping, now with a reward from Crime Stoppers, it may lead to a tip to solve this missing persons case.
"Hopefully they'll come forward and say they have information," says Detective William O'Donnell.
"I'm hoping for the best. They're out there. They're coming home," says Amy Burbridge.
If you have information in this case, give Crime Stoppers a call. It's an anonymous call and you could received a cash reward of up to $1,000 dollars. That number is 859-253-2020.
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