15-year-old girl missing from Roseland found safe - New York News

15-year-old girl missing from Roseland found safe

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Ivy Watts, 15. (Chicago Police) Ivy Watts, 15. (Chicago Police)
CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

A teenage girl missing since Saturday from the Roseland neighborhood on the South Side was located safe and sound on Tuesday. She has been reunited with her family.

Ivy Watts, 15, was last seen in the 200 block of West 114th Street on Saturday, a community alert from police said.

Watts often spends time in the North Side Edgewater neighborhood, near the 5900 block of North Glenwood, and could have been in that area, the alert said.

She is described as a 5-foot-3, 100-pound black girl with brown eyes, black hair and a medium complexion. She has a brown birth mark on her lower left arm.

Watts was last seen wearing a black North Face jacket, black hoodie with white lettering, Hello Kitty fleece pants and light brown Timberland boots. She might be carrying a floral print backpack.

Anyone with information was asked to call Area South detectives at (312) 747-8274.

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