Harvey man, 18, missing from UIC since April

SHARE Harvey man, 18, missing from UIC since April
screen_shot_2016_06_01_at_6_28_33_pm.png

Gabriel Montes | Chicago Police photo

An 18-year-old south suburban man, last seen at the University of Illinois-Chicago, has been missing since late April.

Gabriel Montes, 18, was last seen April 21 on the UIC campus near the intersection of Harrison and Racine, according to a missing person alert issued Wednesday.

Montes, who lives in the 300 block of East 167th Street in Harvey, was described as a black man who stands 5-foot-10 and weighs 190 pounds. He has brown eyes, black hair and a medium brown complexion, police said.

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

The Latest
Hundreds gathered for a memorial service for Cook County Clerk Karen Yarbrough, a mysterious QR code mural enticed Taylor Swift fans on the Near North Side, and a weekend mass shooting in Back of the Yards left 9-year-old Ariana Molina dead and 10 other people wounded, including her mother and other children.
The artist at Goodkind Tattoo in Lake View incorporates hidden messages and inside jokes to help memorialize people’s furry friends.
Chicago artist Jason Messinger created the murals in 2018 during a Blue Line station renovation and says his aim was for “people to look at this for 30 seconds and transport them on a mini-vacation of the mind. Each mural is an abstract idea of a vacation destination.”
MV Realty targeted people who had equity in their homes but needed cash — locking them into decadeslong contracts carrying hidden fees, the Illinois attorney general says in a new lawsuit. The company has 34,000 agreements with homeowners, including more than 750 in Illinois.
The bodies of Richard Crane, 62, and an unidentified woman were found shot at the D-Lux Budget Inn in southwest suburban Lemont.