Family shares eerie text from teen couple before they went lacking: ‘He will get hit’


Two youngsters who disappeared before sending eerie text messages to their households have been positioned protected and properly.

Police commenced a seek for the 2 14-year-olds who went lacking after being dropped at college, with the boy’s household sharing screenshots of the regarding final texts they acquired from him.

On Monday afternoon, South Australia Police confirmed a lacking individual report had been filed for Callum Schiller, 14, and his girlfriend Crystal, 14, who was final seen on a bus to the Adelaide Hills suburb of Mount Barker at 10:15 am on Monday.

Crystal’s mom Jaime Atkins advised NCA NewsWire she had no concept why her daughter disappeared.

“I don’t know what they’re doing, or where they are,” she stated.

“It’s completely out of character for Crystal.”

She stated the duo had been relationship for about 2 months, however Callum was the one one with a telephone.

“Crystal’s phone is broken and she hasn’t had it repaired yet, so it’s just him with a phone.”

At 9:40 pm, SA Police confirmed the pair had been positioned protected and properly.

Callum’s sister Ebony Schiller stated they have been discovered on the nook of East and North Terrace within the Adelaide CBD and have been taken to the Hindley Street Police station to attend for his or her households.

In a determined plea to seek out Callum, his household took to social media earlier on Monday to ask anybody who might need seen the boy to contact them.

“We have no idea whether he has caught a linking bus or is in Mt Barker,” Schiller wrote on Facebook.

“Callum is uncontactable.

“Last messages include: he can’t see, he’s in a boot, he can’t say anything or he will get hit.”

Schiller, talking alongside her father, advised NCA NewsWire he went lacking together with his girlfriend after they have been dropped off at college.

“They were dropped off at school this morning at about 8:30 am, but they never went in,” she stated.

She stated they purchased bus tickets to Mount Barker from the Murray Bridge Information Center however weren’t seen on another CCTV footage.

“Police said they were going to search a property in the city, but we don’t recognize the name of the person who owns it,” Schiller stated.

Callum’s father Chris Schiller stated he hoped the texts weren’t true, however that he didn’t assume his son would make that type of joke.

“He’s never done anything like this before, it’s very out of character so we’re very concerned,” he stated.

“We hope everything is okay.”

Atkins thanked the neighborhood for his or her help after the preliminary Facebook put up elevating the alarm was shared over seven thousand instances.

“I am completely overwhelmed with support,” Atkins stated.


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