FOUND SAFE: Leslie Sinclair, 14, Missing from Lincoln Park

UPDATE: Leslie Sinclair was found safe at about 9:30 a.m.

Leslie Sinclair, 14, has been reported missing this morning from her Lincoln Park neighborhood residence, according to a Chicago Police Department alert. Leslie Sinclair was last seen in her North Side apartment in the 2200 block of North Lincoln Avenue at about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday .

Sinclair is described as white with an olive complexion, 5-feet-7, 117 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. She also has scars on both of her arms.

Leslie Sinclair was accompanied by a male, whose identity is only reported as “Chris.” Leslie Sinclair’s mother requested Chris to leave the residence when she arrived home. Shortly after the request for Chris to leave the apartment, Leslie Sinclair’s mother discovered that her daughter was missing.

Leslie is known to frequent the area of Oz Park, located near Webster and Lincoln avenues, and neighborhoods on Chicago’s West Side.

The Chicago Police Department is requesting assistance with information to help locate Leslie Sinclair.

Citizens are asked to call the Chicago Police Department Belmont Area special victims unit …
(312) 744-8266.

Photo (removed for security): Leslie Sinclair.