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Two Missing Yorkshire Girls Feared to Have Disappeared with Men

On Monday morning, Callum Schiller and Crystal, both 14 years old, were dropped off at school at approximately 8:30 am. However, they did not enter the school premises, leaving their whereabouts unknown. The last confirmed sighting of the teenagers occurred at 10:15 am when they were spotted on a bus headed to Mount Barker while still wearing their Murray Bridge High School uniforms, according to the police.

In an attempt to locate Callum, his family shared the haunting messages they exchanged before his disappearance. One eerie text from Callum mentioned that they were “in trouble” but couldn’t disclose much due to the fear of being harmed by someone referred to as “the guy.” Another message indicated his urgency to leave, saying, “I gotta go or else.” When questioned about his destination or location, Callum replied with uncertainty, stating, “I don’t know.” When asked to describe their surroundings, he responded with a chilling statement, “We in a boot.”

Recognizing the seriousness of the situation, Callum’s sister, Ebony Schiller, took to social media to appeal for help, stating that her brother is currently unreachable. She shared details about their last known location, mentioning the bus to Mount Barker at 10:15 am. Concerning the text messages, she relayed that Callum expressed his inability to see, being confined to a “boot” and fearing retribution if he spoke up, reports

South Australia Police confirmed that officers from the Murray Bridge Police Station have initiated an investigation to verify the validity of the distressing text messages. Meanwhile, Ebony Schiller disclosed that authorities were planning to search a property in the city; however, the family is unfamiliar with the homeowner’s name.

Callum’s father expressed hope that the texts were not true, emphasizing that it would be highly uncharacteristic of his son to engage in such a joke. He stressed his deep concern for Callum’s welfare, emphasizing that this type of behavior was unprecedented. The family remains anxiously awaiting information, hoping for a safe resolution to this distressing situation.

Ashlie is a senior reporter for the TosBos News. She covers live and breaking news from 6 am every day. Ashlie joined the M.E.N. in 2019 having previously worked for Cavendish Press news agency.


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