Chicago Police Appeal for Public’s Help to Find Missing 13-Year-Old Alyssa Feng

Chicago Police Appeal for Public’s Help to Find Missing 13-Year-Old Alyssa FengSource: Chicago Police Department
Damon R. Sheffield
Published on February 12, 2024

The Chicago Police Department is urgently seeking the public’s assistance in locating 13-year-old Alyssa Feng, who has been missing since February 11th. According to the police bulletin, Alyssa was last seen on the 200 block of West 26th Street.

As concerned authorities continue to thoroughly search, they also are asking anyone with information to immediately come forward. Alyssa was described as an Asian female, 5’03” in height, and weighing about 105 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. She is reported to have a light complexion. When she went missing, Alyssa was wearing black leggings, a black hooded sweatshirt, and Jordan gym shoes.

The case number, JH-149317, has been assigned to Feng’s disappearance. Detailing the urgency, the Chicago Police Department has directed anyone who might have seen Alyssa or knows of her whereabouts to either contact the Area One Detective Division at 312-747-8380 or to immediately call 911.

The circumstances of Alyssa’s disappearance have not been disclosed as of yet, and the police are treating every piece of information as crucial to the investigation. The community, asked to be alert, has been urged to help ensure Alyssa's safe return. The case is evoking responses across the city, with many taking to social media in an effort to help spread the word about Alyssa's situation, hopeful to swiftly reunite her with her anxious family.