CHICAGO (CBS) — A 17-year-old girl has been missing from the South Side for more than two weeks, and police said she might be in need of medication.

Bobbie Lynn Garza was last seen on Jan. 26 near 89th Street and Burley Avenue in the South Chicago neighborhood, according to a Chicago Police Department missing person alert.

READ MORE: Chicago House Music DJ And Producer Paul Johnson Dies After Battle With COVID-19

She is a student at George Washington High School at 114th Street and Avenue O in the East Side neighborhood.

Bobbie Garza (Source: Chicago Police)

Bobbie, whose nickname is Ruby or Roberta, was last seen wearing a black leather coat, black pants, black shoes, and a black school bag.

READ MORE: Woman Pistol-Whipped On CTA Blue Line Train In Bucktown

She is a 5-foot-4, 185-pound Hispanic girl with brown hair and brown eyes.

Chicago police said she is believed to be in the East Side neighborhood or in the area of Whitign, Indiana.

Bobbie has a medical condition and might be in need of medication.

MORE NEWS: Gov. JB Pritzker Issues New Mask Mandate For Illinois Schools, Some State Employees As COVID-19 Cases Continue To Climb

Anyone who sees her should call 911 or contact Area South SVU detectives at 312-747-8274.