Update: Missing Lamesa Girl Found Dead, Says Mother
Update: The body of Charlese Ingram, a Lamesa teenager who was reported missing, was found Thursday.
According to Charlese's mother Regina, it's believed that she took her own life sometime after she disappeared on Tuesday night.
Dawson County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy Josh Peterson confirmed Regina's account with KFYO News Thursday afternoon.
Here's the update from Charlese's mother:
Charlese Ingram, also known as Olive, went missing the other night between 9 and 11 p.m. Her phone is dead, and no one can reach her.
Dawson County Sheriff's Office has now listed her a missing person. If you have ANY info about her, please call the police or the Dawson County Sheriff's Office immediately. Any info is wanted and could lead to her being found safe.
It has now been over 36 hours since Charlese/Olive was seen or heard from. There are a few stories as to why she left her home, but all we know for sure is that she hasn't returned. She left with only the clothes she was wearing, according to her mother, Regina.
Her family and friends are frantically trying to locate her. Again, if you have ANY info, even if you think it doesn't matter, please tell the police or the Sheriff's Office. Sometimes the smallest details lead to someone being found. Your info can help find her faster.
Here are a lot of different pictures of her from her Facebook page so you can get a good idea what she looks like.