Police Looking For Missing 14-Year-Old Girl

CHICAGO (CBS) — Police were searching for a 14-year-old girl who went missing on Sunday and might be with another girl who also was reported missing.

Shanice Griffin was last seen near 52nd and Whipple streets, according to Chicago police. She might be in the company of another girl, Savannah Scott, who also has been reported missing.

Griffin is an African-American girl, 5-foot-7, 155 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes and a brown complexion, according to a missing person alert from Chicago police.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call Wentworth Area Special Victims Unit detectives at 312-747-8385.

  • leslie

    okay first of debanisha that was so uncalled for… never judge a person till you walk a mile in their shoes if this girl and her friend took off you have no idea what her life is like at home or school….my prayers are with this family and I hope she is returned to you safely…so many kids just do not know how to deal with lifes issues and think running away will solve things when talk to an adult they love and trust can help without resorting to running away or talking to mom and dad and realizing they were teenagers too once andhave probably been through whatever they may be going through and that they are NOT alone.

  • Darneisha

    Not another one. She will most likely be with one of her boyfreinds. These young black girls will spread their legs at the drop of a hat. Happens all the time. Hope she is OK…..

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