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Families worried after couple disappears

By: Janet Kim Email
By: Janet Kim Email

It's been more than two days since anyone has seen 30-year olds Sonsaray Warford and Charles Walker. They were last seen in their Richmond home on Tuesday. Their families say it's not like them to be gone for this long without calling.

"We don't what to think," says Gregory Todd, Warford's father. "We just want to pray to God on what's going on."

Family and friends of the couple say they got worried when the two hadn't called or answered their phones.
They say what's even more concerning is they haven't contacted their children.

"I'm more concerned about their 2 boys," says Todd. "They miss their mother."

Relatives say Warford's car is missing. The lights were on inside the home and her purse, cell phone and puppy were left behind, all pieces of a puzzle police are now trying to put together.

"Obviously if the family members are concerned, the police department is concerned," says Richmond Police Major Bob Mott.

Anyone who may have seen the couple or their car is asked to call Richmond Police. Warford's vehicle is described as a gold 1999 Chrysler 300M, 4-door, bearing KY license plate #027 FVB.

Charles "Chew" Walker is described as 5'7" 185 pounds, brown eyes, shaved head, with two gold teeth. Sonsaray "Sonsi" Warford is described as 5'6", approximately 170 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.

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