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Anya Buzard | Chicago police

Woman, 18, missing from Parkview for more than a month found safe

SHARE Woman, 18, missing from Parkview for more than a month found safe
SHARE Woman, 18, missing from Parkview for more than a month found safe

An 18-year-old woman who had been missing for more than a month from the Parkview neighborhood on the Southwest Side has been found.

Anya Buzard was last seen on Oct. 22 in the 3600 block of West 86th Street, according to Chicago police.

On Wednesday, police said Buzard had been found and was safe.

Additional information was not released.

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