A 15-year-old girl was reported missing in Chicago over the weekend, setting the Chicago community on high alert just one month after a series of reported kidnappings.
According to authorities, Jadi Delgado was last seen around 5:30 p.m. on June 29. The teen was visiting family in Chicago and was originally from Austin, Texas. Police describe her as 5-foot-3, 120 pounds with dark hair, brown eyes and a medium complexion.
An account on social media named “Giselle” identified as Delgado’s cousin an urged assistance for her safe return.
Delgado’s disappearance comes after a total of six young women were reported missing in Chicago. Two of the women were later found dead, while four others were safely reunited with family members.
Last week another Chicago teen named Armoni Chambers, 16, was reunited with her family in Milwaukee after she was traced to Chicago, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. According to reports, Chambers boarded a greyhound bus headed for the Windy City after she was lured by someone online. Police believe she is a victim of human trafficking.
She was located after a disturbing video surfaced on Facebook showing Chambers being assaulted by a man. Chambers was missing for over a month and last seen on May 17. The teen’s mother, Bonnie Bruno, enlisted the help of Milwaukee activist Tory Lowe to travel to Chicago to look for her.