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Elderly woman missing from Irving Park neighborhood

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CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

An elderly woman went missing Sunday from the Irving Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side.

Maria Luca, 77, went missing from the 3800 block of North Hamlin early Sunday, according to a missing person alert issued by police.

Luca speaks only Romanian, the alert said. She is alert, knows her name and where she lives and usually carries identification.

She told her daughter that she wants to return to Romania, the alert said.

Luca is described as white with fair complexion, 5-feet-4, 170 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes, the alert said.

She usually wears an Eastern European hat, known as a babushka, the alert said.

Luca may be carrying a small red suitcase, the alert said.

Anyone with information should contact detectives at (312) 744-8200.

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