Police: Missing woman with brain injury may be in Chicago

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Kristin A. Friedrich | Illinois State Police

Police are searching for a missing 42-year-old woman who suffers from a brain injury and may be in Chicago.

Kristin A. Friedrich was last heard from about 8:50 p.m. Saturday when she called a family member saying she was at a bus station in Chicago and heading to Howl at the Moon, a bar in River North, according to an endangered missing person alert from Illinois State Police.

Her cell phone last pinged at 10 S. Canal, police said.

Friedrich is described as a 5-foot-2, 170-pound white woman with brown hair and brown eyes. She has short curly hair and a flame tattoo on one of her ankles.

She suffers from a brain injury and epilepsy and gets easily confused and wanders, police said. She is not from Illinois and has been traveling by CTA or Metra.

Anyone with information is asked to call Westmont police at (630) 981-6300 or 911.

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