A Chicago woman who had been missing since January after seen getting into an Uber has been found in a shopping cart, tied up and wrapped in sheets in an alley in the 2300-block of West 24th Place.
21 year old Rosa Chacon was last seen by her family outside of their home on January 18th. Footage from the family’s home security camera shows Chacon getting into a Uber on the block of 28th St. Louis according to ABC 7.
“She said, ‘I’ll be back, Mom. I got the Uber ride there and the Uber ride back,’ that’s what she told me,” her mother, also named Rosa Chacon, told the outlet.
She said she didn’t know where her daughter was going or who ordered the Uber, adding that she did not take anything with her, including her coat and ID.
An Uber rep told the outlet it could not release the information due to privacy and policy reasons.
Before her body was found, her family reported her missing to the police but since the police couldn’t act on it, they decided to hire a private investigator. “The cop said a crime had to be committed for them to do anything,” said the victim’s boyfriend.
The family is offering a $15k reward for any information that leads to the person that’s responsible.