Woman and daughter missing from Chicago Lawn found

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A woman and her 5-month-old daughter who went missing from the Chicago Lawn neighborhood on the Southwest Side have been located.

Joyce Johnson, 19, and her daughter Navaeh Johnson went missing May 24 from the 6600 block of South Bell, according to a missing person alert from Chicago Police.

They have since been found, police said Tuesday. Further details were not available.

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