Woman missing from Schaumburg since December

Sureel Dabawala, 34, was reported missing by her family Jan. 1 after she failed to return home on Dec. 30, according to Schaumburg police.

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Sureel Dabawala

Sureel Dabawala

Schaumburg police

Schaumburg police are looking for a woman who was reported missing since last month from the northwest suburb.

Sureel Dabawala, 34, was reported missing by her family Jan. 1 after she failed to return home on Dec. 30, according to a statement from Schaumburg police.

Dabawala is described as a 5-foot-6, 138-pound woman, police said. Authorities released photos of her with brown and blond hair.

Sureel Dabawala

Sureel Dabawala

Schaumburg police

She was last seen driving her white 2011 Lexus sedan with an Illinois license plate of L411736, according to police. She has been known to spend time in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.

Her family is concerned about her well-being because of a medical condition, police said.

Anyone who sees Dabawala or her car is asked to call 911 or contact Schaumburg police at 847-882-3534.

Sureel Dabawala was last seen driving a white 2011 Lexus with an Illinois license plate of L411736.

Sureel Dabawala was last seen driving a white 2011 Lexus with an Illinois license plate of L411736.

Schaumburg police

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