33-year-old Paris Williamson is a successful insurance agent living in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The last time family members spoke with Paris was on January 30, 2022. Then, the family of Paris Williams received a call from her employer. They stated Paris had missed work for almost a week, something extremely unlike her, reports News 8.
“That was very unlike her not to go to work because she loves her job,” her sister Lauren Seymour told the Indy Star. “There were just a lot of red flags being raised.”
On February 4, 2022, Paris was reported missing by her family.
"The alarm went up because Paris is very professional. She does not miss work without calling in, and she definitely would let us know if she were going to be gone for a long period of time," her father Lane Seymour told News 8. “We have been trying to reach her by phone, and it goes straight to voicemail.”
Her family told News 8 Paris is an accomplished woman who is extremely responsible. They said she is not the type of woman to abandon her responsibilities.
“To leave mail in her mailbox, which, she is very private. She had her license and some other W-2 forms, which were soaking wet. I know she would not just take off and leave,” her father Lane told News 8.
Authorities believe Paris is driving her silver 2008 Chevrolet Impala with Indiana license plate 394NFV.Her car was seen on January 31, 2022. The vehicle was traveling south at Emerson Avenue and County Line Road.
Recently, the family received a tip that Paris was seen at the Horseshoe Casino in Shelbyville, Indiana on January 31, 2022.
“We were concerned about the report we got back when she was in the casino because she was with someone who seemed a little bit older than she was. And she seemed bothered from what the person was reported to us,” her father Lane told News 8.
Her family is searching for her, posting flyers and on social media.
“She is a beautiful young lady with a great heart, and we want her home,” her father Lane told News 8.
Paris is 5'6" and weighs 170 pounds.
If you have any information, please contact the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department at 317-327-6293.