Body of missing mother, 21, who disappeared TWO WEEKS ago after arriving at her ex-boyfriend’s house to pick up her one-year-old daughter, has been found
- Charlene Warrior, 21, disappeared after arriving at her ex-boyfriend’s house in Bute
- She traveled to the town of Yorke Peninsula in Adelaide on September 18th
- Her family has made an urgent plea for information about her disappearance
- Neighbor said she heard screams from ex-partners’ house earlier this week
- Police discovered the remains of a young woman, believed to be Charlene, on Sunday
The body of a missing mother who disappeared two weeks ago after arriving at her ex-boyfriend’s house has been found.
Charlene Warrior, 21, traveled to the town of Bute on Adelaide’s Yorke Peninsula two weeks ago, on September 18, to pick up her one-year-old daughter Amethyst.
Police have confirmed that a young woman has died in the small town in South Australia.
Charlene Warrior, 21, (pictured) traveled to the town of Bute on Adelaide’s Yorke Peninsula two weeks ago on September 18 to pick up her one-year-old daughter.
South Australian police (pictured) have said they are concerned for the single mother’s wellbeing, with relatives insisting she would never abandon her young daughter
“The deceased has yet to be formally identified, but it is believed to be that of the missing Charlene Warrior,” South Australian police said.
Police were called to Martin Street in Bute around 6pm on Sunday after a body was found.
Officers previously found some of the missing mother’s clothing and luggage near a home in the same town.
The discovery was just days after Mrs. Warrior’s family made an urgent request for help finding her.
“We haven’t heard from her since, her phone is off and we need all the information right now,” said Sister Theresa Newchurch. 7 News.
An emotional Mrs. Newchurch said her sister loved her child more than life itself.
“There’s no way she’d leave her daughter,” she said. “Her daughter is her world.”
Charlene’s heartbroken mother Alma Warrior said she felt restless after not seeing her beloved daughter or granddaughter.
“She loves her family and she always comes home to her mother,” she said.
Ms Warrior’s sister Theresa Newchurch (pictured) said she hadn’t been heard from for two weeks and would never abandon her one-year-old daughter
The young mother from Adelaide arrived at the property to collect her daughter from a planned visit with her ex-partner, then disappeared.
A neighbor said she heard screams from the house earlier this week.
‘At midnight I heard her screaming incoherently. Screaming and sobbing,” Cheryl Sawley said away from Bute.
Ms Sawley said she also heard someone trying to calm the 21-year-old.
Police launched a comprehensive search in the Bute area on Friday using local officers, helicopters, mounted police and volunteer firefighters and the National Emergency Service.
The search resumed at 7am on Saturday, with police asking Bute residents to check their properties, especially any sheds and outbuildings.
Detectives will continue to investigate the cause of death.
Charlene Warrior disappeared after traveling to the small town of Bute (pictured) on Adelaide’s Yorke Peninsula to pick up her daughter from her ex-boyfriend’s house