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Gregory Redmond | Chicago Police

Boy, 17, missing from West Side for over a month returns home

SHARE Boy, 17, missing from West Side for over a month returns home
SHARE Boy, 17, missing from West Side for over a month returns home

A 17-year-old boy whowas missing for more than a month from the West Side has returned home.

Gregory Redmond was last seen Sept. 20, according to an alert from Chicago Police. He’s been known to frequent the areas of Springfield and Madison, Springfield and Congress and Central and Harrison, as well as the Genevieve Melody Public School at 3937 W. Wilcox St.

He has since returned home and was reunited with his family, police said Friday.

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