It’s been nearly a week since the family of Ashley Sanders has seen her. Sanders, 28, disappeared on Tuesday, March 19, while walking along FM 2090 near Splendora High School.
Her sister, Kayla Sanders, is worried she might have come to harm.
“We need her to come home. We are worried about her, especially with all that goes on around here,” Kayla said. “She left her cell phone at the house when she left. A friend saw her walking past the high school before she disappeared.”
According to Kayla, years earlier Ashley disappeared when she traveled to Abilene to see her father without telling other relatives.
Ashley is described as 5-feet, four inches tall, weighing 130 pounds with ashy, blonde hair and bright blue eyes. She has fair skin and a number of distinguishing tattoos. On her top right chest, she has “Guns and Roses” tattooed; on her forearms she has one arm with leopard print and the other with an infinity heart.
She was last seen wearing a long-sleeve, light blue shirt, khaki or grey pants and black rain boots.
If anyone has information on her whereabouts, they should call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 936-760-5800 and refer to case number 19A095077.