No one found after search of Lake Michigan

SHARE No one found after search of Lake Michigan

No one was found after someone reported seeing a swimmer Wednesday morning in Lake Michigan on the North Side.

Someone called 911 and reported seeing someone swimming in Lake Michigan near Foster Avenue at 11:45 a.m., according to Chicago Police.

The Chicago Police Marine Unit searchedthe area and no one was found, police said.

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