Transcript for Chicago residents concerned after 2 women found dead, teen missing
- They have targeted my community.
REPORTER: Community activist Baltazar Enriquez sounds the alarm for those in Little Village while accusing Chicago police of not doing enough to protect residents there after at least three teens and women from the Southwest Side neighborhood have either gone missing or have been found dead.
- We demand that they pay the same attention they would have done when somebody gets killed in Lakeview or in Wrigleyville or in the Gold Coast.
REPORTER: The call to action came this morning outside the Chicago Police Department's Area Four headquarters, its home base for detectives investigating the recent crimes in Little Village that have left some residents living in fear.
SELENE PARTIDA: It is hard to believe. And hard to comprehend that at the year 2023, we still find bodies of dead women and no answers.
REPORTER: In February, a Guatemalan migrant was found shot to death in the Little Village Community. Last week, the decomposing body of 21-year-old Rosa Chacon was found in a shopping cart wrapped in a white sheet in an alley nearby.
- Who did this? Why did they do this? Regardless of her past, she is a human being. She is a person, and we need justice.
REPORTER: The concern here as 15-year-old Azreya Lomeli disappeared a few days ago. They say she was last seen walking toward Kedzie Avenue after leaving a behavioral health hospital south of the city. Chicago police have not released a motive or identified any suspects in any of the crimes. Detectives say they are continuing to work those active cases.
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