New age-progression photos of Tionda and Diamond Bradley released to mark 20 years since they vanished
Tionda and Diamond Bradley, who went missing July 6, 2001, when they were 10 and 3.
New age-progression photos of Tionda and Diamond Bradley were released Tuesday to mark the 20th anniversary of the sisters’ disappearance from their mother’s Bronzeville apartment.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children released new images of what the Bradley sisters might look like today. Tionda and Diamond Bradley were 10 and 3, respectively, when they went missing on July 6, 2001. Tionda would now be 30 and Diamond would be 23.
Their mother, Tracey Bradley, left the apartment for work about 6 a.m., according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. When she returned home about 11 a.m., she found a note stating the girls went to the store and a park. Family members have doubted the note was actually written by Tionda, saying the grammar and wording were too advanced for her age.
The search for the girls has been unsuccessful. Authorities have said the case remains open and investigators chase any tips they get, but there haven’t been any new leads.
If anyone has information about the disappearance of the Bradley sisters, contact the Chicago Police Department at (312) 747-5789, the FBI Illinois at (312) 421-6700 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1 (800) THE-LOST.