Schizophrenic woman, son reported missing from South Side

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A schizophrenic woman not taking her medication and her son have been reported missing from the South Side.

Soraya Walton, 45, and her son Jordan, 8, were reported missing Monday after it was learned through cell phone GPS tracking that the two had been dropped off at a Greyhound bus station in Memphis, Tenn., police said.

Soraya’s mother had passed away two weeks ago, police said.

A Chicago Police spokeswoman said Soraya is not thought be a danger to her son.

Soraya was described as a black woman, standing 5-foot-5. She wears a brown wig with natural black hair and has a light complexion. She also has a butterfly tattoo on the upper part of one of her arms and may be wearing a long black down coat, police said.

Jordan was described as a black boy, standing 4-foot-10 and weighing 80 pounds. He has a slim build and short black hair. He was wearing a blue Northface jacket and may be wearing a Chicago Bears or gray-colored skull cap, as well as red or gray Derrick Rose gym shoes, police said.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call Area South detectives at (312) 747-8274.

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