Megan Carol Williams: Missing new mother from Georgia

Update: Megan called home last night (Sunday) and she is now safe at home.

A new mother of a two month old baby from Cairo, Georgia is missing.

Megan Carol Williams, 19, is a new mother.  She drove to the Walmart in Cairo, Georgia to buy baby items on Sunday, November 20.  A surveillance video shows her in the store and leaving with two males without her making any purchases.

That was the last time that Megan was seen. 

Her last cell phone call was on Sunday and the phone has been turned off since then.  She has her purse, wallet and debit card with her, but her personal belonging are at home.  Her maroon Mustang is also missing.

Her family is extremely worried and a newborn baby at home waiting for his mother.  The family asks the public to please look for Megan and/or her vehicle and report it immediately to the police.

Megan is 5’3″ tall and 140 pounds.  She has brown hair and brown eyes.  She was wearing a green shirt with blue jean shorts and flip flops. 

She was driving 2001 Maroon Mustang-black stripe down passenger side front fender. Two AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) stickers on back lower windshield. Stickers are small white square with red and black letters.

POLICE:  Grady County Sheriff Department (229) 377-5200

Megan’s Facebook page

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