Missing student

William & Mary Vice President for Student Affairs Ginger Ambler sent the following message to the campus community Monday regarding missing student Ian Kramer Smith-Christmas. -Ed

Dear William & Mary Community,
 
The Williamsburg Police Department has just put out the following notice regarding one of our students, Ian Kramer Smith-Christmas, a junior from Stafford, VA, who has been missing since Saturday night. He was last seen about 9:30 p.m. Saturday leaving his off-campus apartment. William & Mary Police are working closely with the Williamsburg Police who are in charge of the investigation.  We are also in close contact with Ian’s family.
 
Ian Smith-ChristmasIf you have any knowledge of Ian's whereabouts or any information that may assist police in locating him, please contact Williamsburg Police at the numbers below or call the William & Mary Police Department at 221-4596. A photo of Ian is attached.  Together with his family, we hope for Ian's safe and timely return.  I will update the campus community as soon as there is new information.

 Here is the notice from the Williamsburg Police and photo of Ian Smith-Christmas

"It has been reported to the Williamsburg Police department that a city resident and William & Mary student (named) Ian Kramer Smith-Christmas is missing. A friend last saw him at approximately 9:30 PM onApril 24, 2010 at the 800 block of Westgate Circle in the city. Mr. Smith-Christmas is 21 years old and is described as a white male, 6' 1" tall, 150 lbs., green eyes and blond hair.

He may be driving a silver Ford Taurus with Virginia registration YPC-9783 that is registered to his parents. Foul play is not suspected at this time. Anyone with information regarding Mr. Smith-Christmas is asked to call Investigator Rice at 259-7207 or 220-2331."