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Mother’s Emotional Plea for Answers in Son’s 21-Year-Old Disappearance

Two decades after the mysterious disappearance of a teenager, his family continues to seek answers and closure.

Robert Williams was only 15 when he mysteriously vanished. He was last spotted alive leaving his Resolven home in Neath, South Wales, on March 22, 2002. Reports suggest that he went to a house party in the adjacent village of Aberdulais the next day.

An emotional Cheryl Williams, Robert’s mother, stated, “The heartbreak of knowing Robert might never return is unbearable. All I yearn for is to find him, to give him a proper burial. As a family, we need closure. I am sure someone out there holds the truth about my son’s fate.”

Cheryl added, “The torment of knowing he’s somewhere out there has been an indescribable pain, both mentally and physically. We need the truth about what transpired.”

Marking his 37th birthday on September 9, detectives reiterate their belief that the key to Robert’s disappearance lies within the Aberdulais community.

Detective Inspector Dai Butt remarked, “Every unsolved missing person case remains active, and we constantly seek any new leads or evidence. Our commitment to uncovering the truth about Robert is unwavering.”

He continued, “Given that Robert was last known to be at a Tair Felin, Aberdulais house party where many locals were present, we firmly believe someone from the community knows something.”

Appealing to potential witnesses, he said, “Memories from 21 years ago might be hazy, but even the smallest detail could be the missing piece in this puzzle. The prolonged anguish his family has faced without answers is unimaginable. If you have any shred of information, now is the time to step forward.”

In a review conducted in 2011, authorities concluded that it’s highly probable that Robert is no longer alive, as there has been no trace or evidence indicating otherwise.

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