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Courtney Odum is identified by the authorities as to the person of interest in missing of Willow Sirmans, a 14-year-old girl from Grand Saline, Texas, who disappeared on May 11, and police believe she is in danger.
The Van Zandt Sheriff’s office says Walker is thought to be driving a white 2012 Toyota Camry. The vehicle has Texas license plate LGH 9294.
Investigators say the vehicle belongs to Courtney Odum, who officials are describing as a second person of interest. Deputies said they believe Odum may be traveling with Walker in the vehicle.
Deputies shared a photo of Odum to social media but did not elaborate on how Odum may be connected to Walker and Sirmans. According to Odum’s Facebook page, she has a baby son. Her most recent post was shared during the evening of March 12, after investigators had begun the search for Sirmans. Odum posted a meme about being a mother and wrote,”I love my son and wouldn’t trade him for the world!”
Investigators began the search by checking homes in Henderson County, which is where Chandler and Brownsboro are located, to try to find Sirmans. But she was not found at any of the addresses deputies had identities. The Van Zandt Sheriff’s department said they had an idea of who Sirmans may have left her home with but deputies could not locate those people, either.
The sheriff’s department has since identified a main person of interest: Austen Walker, 21. Deputies say he is about 5 feet 9 inches tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. He has a noticeable scar on his right arm and tattoos on both arms.
Willow Sirmans, a 14-year-old girl from Grand Saline, Texas, disappeared on May 11 and police believe she is in danger. Sirmans was initially classified as a runaway by the Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office. An Ambert Alert was issued two days later.
Deputies say the teen may be with Austen Walker, a 21-year-old man from nearby Fruitvale, Texas. A woman named Courtney Odum was also identified as a person of interest in the case because Walker is believed to be driving a vehicle that is registered to Odum.
Anyone who sees Sirmans, Walker or Odum is asked to call the Van Zandt County Sheriffs Office at 903-567-4133 or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.
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