Family says daughter, 16, missing since June 3

Imari Jackson, 16. (Courtesy of Tiffany Graham)

The family of 16-year-old Imari Jackson is seeking the public's help finding their daughter, who they say has not been seen since June 3.

Jackson's mother, Tiffany Graham, says Imari walked her twin 6-year-old brothers to school near Jackson and Francisco in the East Garfield Park neighborhood as she did every day, but never returned home. The family filed a missing persons report with Chicago police earlier in June.

Graham says her daughter had been a student at Christ the King College Prep but began home schooling in May after some troubles at school. Graham also says her daughter has never run away before and was communicating with a friend for the first week she was gone, but has since cut off all communication.

Graham describes her daughter as 5 ft. 3 in. tall with a caramel complexion, brown eyes and red or black hair. If you have any information about her whereabouts, please contact Chicago police.
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