A teenager who was reported missing in April from her West Side home was found dead two weeks later in a nearby abandoned building.
Sadaria Davis, 15, was last seen April 25 leaving her West Garfield Park home, near Adams and Keeler.
Two weeks later and six blocks away, Davis’ body was found at 10:47 a.m. May 11 on the floor of a vacant East Garfield Park apartment in the first block of South Hamlin, authorities said.
There was no indication how Davis died, or why she was in the abandoned building, a CPD spokeswoman said.
An autopsy performed May 12 didn’t determine the cause and manner of her death, pending further investigation, according to the medical examiner’s office.
Little else was known about the teen’s death but reports on social media said Davis was mutilated and some of her organs were missing.
Twitter user @KingPowell19973 wrote, that Davis’ “fingers were cut off & some of her body parts were removed.”
Davis was a friend of Kenneka Jenkins, another Chicago teenager whose body was found in a walk-in hotel freezer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois, in September. Jenkins was 19 years old.
Jenkins, 19, was found dead in a Crowne Plaza O’Hare Hotel freezer of reported hypothermia on September 10. Her death prompted protests and an outcry for justice in what many claimed was a murder. After more than a month, the case was closed with the death being ruled accidental after no evidence was found that indicated Jenkins’ as a victim of foul play, said police in Rosemont, Illinois.