Chicago family pleads for any new leads on missing 21-year-old

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CHICAGO – A Chicago family is begging for information that will lead to finding Jessica Suarez alive.

Suarez, 21, who went missing a month ago, was last seen on surveillance video running near Montrose Beach, her family says.

Her family knows there is a good possibility she may never make it home, but they are hopeful they’ll see her again soon.

On Easter Sunday the family pleaded for any information that may lead them to finding Suarez alive.

She has been missing, her family says, since February 25.  They say Suarez left her home in 1600 block of Talman around 6 a.m. Her car was found parked near the lakefront on Simmons Drive. Her family says surveillance cameras caught her jogging near Montrose Beach. Then nothing.

Police say they don’t have any new leads. The family tonight has also put what they called a sizable reward for information about Suarez.


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