Police Trying To Identify Woman Found On Uptown Street

“Jane Doe” | Chicago Police Dept

UPDATE JUNE 30—At 5:15 p.m. this evening, Chicago police announced that the woman has been identified. No further information was released.
Chicago police are hoping that the public will be able to help them identify a young woman who was found lying on an Uptown sidewalk Thursday evening.

Police said the woman seen here was transported to Thorek Hospital after she was discovered in the 4000 block of North Broadway sometime after 9 p.m. The woman was said to be “traumatized,” “incoherent and [she] did not answer any questions. She does not open her eyes,” according to police.

In a “seeking to identify” message, police said the woman has a scar on her lower throat area and a scar on her belly button that may be from appendectomy surgery. “She is very clean and well kept,” the alert said. “She has painted toenails.”

The woman is 18- to 21-years-old, 5’5” tall, and 120 pounds.

Anyone with information about the woman’s identity is asked to call the Chicago Police Special Victims Unit at (312) 744-8266.

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