Missing 14-year-old Far South Side girl found

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Montanasky Sanders | Chicago Police

A 14-year-old Far South Side girl who had been missing for nearly two weeks has been found.

Montanasky Sanders, who also goes by “Sky,” “Tanna” or “Tannie,” had last been seen Oct. 20 leaving Julian High School at 10330 S. Elizabeth St., according to a missing person alert from Chicago Police.

Police said Thursday morning that she had been located. Additional details were not provided.

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