Chicago Police are searching for five or six men or boys suspected of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl on Facebook Live. Officers in the 10th District found Dehavion Austin Tuesday morning, Chicago Police Department Chief Spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in a tweet. Detectives were conducting interviews, Guglielmi added. She was last seen wearing a pink sweatshirt and a green jacket, according to a news release.
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Elkins said her daughter went out to the store on Sunday afternoon but failed to return home. Elkins believes her daughter was being sexually assaulted in the video.
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Elkins shared her concerns with Chicago Police Supt.
"I'm a father, with two daughters, and I could see the pain in her face, and I want her to know that CPD is here to help you", he told CBS 2's Mai Martinez. Police did not immediately have details on the video. Police said a missing person's report was filed at Austin in November 2016, but she was found a short time later.More news: An Indian mining tycoon is pouring billions into commodities
"What's even more disturbing - more than the fact that they did this - (is that) there were so many people that saw this and they didn't pick up the phone and dial 911", Johnson told WGN. Facebook has since removed the video.
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