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July 6, 2001
Chicago, Illinois

TIONDA Z. BRADLEY

This is a photograph of Tionda Z. Bradley

DESCRIPTION

Date of Birth:

January 20, 1991

Place of Birth:

Chicago, Illinois

Sex:

Female

Hair:

Brown

Height:

4'2"

Eyes:

Brown

Weight:

70 pounds

Race:

Black
Remarks: Tionda Bradley has a light complexion, slim build and wears her hair in long ponytails. She has a burn scar on her left forearm about the size of a quarter. Tionda was last seen wearing green ponytail holders in her hair, and at the time of her disappearance, she had a scrape on her left calf. She is described as being shy with strangers, and loves to run track and dance.

DIAMOND YVETTE BRADLEY

This is a photograph of Diamond Yvette bradley

DESCRIPTION

Date of Birth:

November 25, 1997

Place of Birth:

Chicago, Illinois

Sex:

Female

Hair:

Black

Height:

3'0"

Eyes:

Brown

Weight:

40 pounds

Race:

Black
Remarks: Diamond Bradley has a medium complexion and wears her hair in braided ponytails. She was last seen wearing purple ponytail holders in her hair. She has a scar on the left side of her scalp, has deep-set eyes, and is described as timid but loves to talk.

THE DETAILS

On July 6, 2001, ten-year-old Tionda Z. Bradley and her sister, three-year-old Diamond Yvette Bradley, were reported missing to the Chicago Police Department, Chicago, Illinois. According to their mother, a note written by Tionda was found, stating that the two girls were going to the store and to the school playground. An extensive search of the area and surrounding neighborhood met with negative results.

REWARD

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information regarding the current whereabouts of Tionda and Diamond Bradley.


Individuals with information concerning this case should take no action themselves, but instead immediately contact the nearest FBI Office or local law enforcement agency. For any possible sighting outside the United States, contact the nearest United States Embassy or Consulate.

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