Annual vigil held for girls missing since 2001

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The annual vigil for two missing sisters was held today on the South Side.

Family members and others gathered today to hold a vigil for Tionda and Diamond Bradley.

The girls disappeared on July 6th, 2001.

Their mother left for work early that morning. When she returned home, the family's apartment was empty.

Chicago police later searched more than 5-thousand abandoned buildings and interviewed more than one thousand people.. but no trace of the girls was ever found.

Tionda Bradley was ten years old and her sister, Diamond, was three when they were last seen.

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  • felicia jones

    i truly misses my two nieces Tionda and Diamond i pray for both them will return home safe to our family i stay out town i cant make it to thier vigil .crying

  • Christine Thompson

    I’ve heard of a lot if missing persons, but none have touched me the way Diamond and Tiondas’ situation has. I hope God is watching over them and I know he will reveal their whereabouts when he sees fit. To those out there that know where they are I hope you rot in Hell!!