Police Seek Missing 15-Year-Old

 CHICAGO (STMW) — Police are searching for a 15-year-old Chicago girl who went missing Friday from a family home in north suburban Evanston.

Darya Lending lives in the 4500 block of North Francisco in Chicago but was last seen leaving an Evanston home, according to an endangered missing persons alert from Grand Central Area detectives.

Lending suffers from emotional issues and behavioral problems and may be visiting the South Side Englewood or West Side Garfield Park neighborhoods in Chicago, the alert said. She does not have family there.

Lending is 5-foot-3, 115 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair. She has a fair complexion. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Grand Central Area Special Victims Unit detectives at (312) 746-8365.

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  • hannah S

    DARYA- if you are reading this please please PLEASE come home. I love you and I miss you and we all want to know you’re safe.


  • olin

    you need to come home, i hope your safe, we all love you, you’ve put everyone through enough.

    • Chuck

      Jeez, Olin, I hope you’re not a family member. No wonder why she doesn’t want to come home.

  • Elizabeth

    please come home

  • Emily

    She’s made it home “safe” is all that I’ve heard as of today… but where has she been? Maybe sending your kids off to boarding school isn’t a good idea. I know that it may seem easier as a parent to send your child off and know that they are somewhere safe being watched by a paid staff 24/7, but a kid with emotional probs and such may just need to be home or at least with family that they know and love! Being sent away just sends the signal “I don’t want you around” or “You’re too much work for me kid” … I’m just sayin…

  • Cindy

    Daria, I don’t know you but I live in your neighborhood. I’m an adult and I don’t have children. I’m writing to say that I’m happy that you are safe at home. I don’t know your situation but from my own personal experiences at a very young age, I can tell you first hand that life always gets better and what may seem impossible now is possible in the future. I’m glad that you are safe and home and hope that you have a good holiday.

  • Darya

    My name is also Darya but I live in Canada hope you are home save :D

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