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Tamara Gowisnok-Lazak (left and Ariana Gowisnok | Chicago PoliceGOWISNOK-LAZAK

Mother and 7-year-old daughter missing from Brighton Park found safe

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A woman and her 7-year-old daughter who were reported missing early Monday from the Brighton Park neighborhood were found safe Monday night.

Tamara Gowisnok-Lazak, 38, and 7-year-old Ariana Gowisnok were reported missing at 3:30 a.m. from the 2900 block of West 38th Place, police said. Authorities announced late Monday that the two had been found safe

A post on the Facebook page of Stanley Gowisnok read in part: “Please, assist me in locating my daughter who has been taken by my wife in the early morning hours.”

Police did not provide further details late Monday.

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