A 15-year-old girl from Chicago was recently found dead in an abandoned West Side building.
According to ABC Chicago, Sadaria Davis’ body was found in a vacant West Garfield Park apartment complex some two weeks after she went missing from her home on April 25. The apartment complex is only 6 blocks away from her house.
While they have been rumors that Davis’ body was found missing organs and fingers, the Chicago Police Department and the medical examiner’s office have yet to confirm if any of that is true.
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#Repost from @blackexcellenceeverydayallday with @regram.app … #Repost @revolutionary.observant.being • • • A 15-year-old girl who went missing in April was found dead more than two weeks later in a vacant building in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. Police said Sadaria Davis went missing after leaving her home near Adams and Keeler on April 27. Her family had not heard from her since then. Around 10:45 a.m. on May 11, her body was found on the floor of a vacant apartment building less than a mile from her home, near Hamlin and Madison.Police confirmed Area North detectives were conducting a death investigation. An autopsy performed on May 12 was inconclusive, pending further investigation, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office. Anyone with information about Davis’ death should call Area North detectives at 312-744-8266 ___________________________ From what Im hearing she was found missing fingers and organs missing as well. This isnt getting national media coverage. We know our children are targets for organ harvesting, too many of our young go missing every single day, too many are found missing organs, and amerikkka gives no fucks. My condolences to the family. Black people we have to be more vigilant in protecting OUR children. ❤🖤💚Black Code❤🖤💚 Our children dont travel by themselves ANYWHERE and always keep your eyes and ears open. There is no such thing as minding our business when it comes to our kids. #Sadariadavis
What we do know is that an autopsy performed on May 12 was inconclusive, pending further investigation in why and how this young woman died.
CPS hasn’t shared if they have any leads in the case, but they are asking for anyone with knowledge of Davis’ death to call Area North detectives at 312-744-8266.
This is a developing story and we will provide updates as they become available.