By Dee Longfellow

For The Independent

On Friday, June 2, the Independent learned from the City of Elmhurst that police were investigating the disappearance of a 21-year-old local woman.

According to the release, Elmhurst resident Angelika Rosada did not return home on June 1, after working at her job in Chicago.

Family members told police they had received a call from an unknown number. Angelika’s voice was identified by the family, after listening to what they called “a confused and disoriented phone message.”

“It has been determined that the victim used the cell phone of a ‘good Samaritan’ to try and call home,” the release read.


Early Saturday morning about 1 a.m., it was learned that Rosada had been found about three hours earlier at a Chicago hospital. Her parents were notified. No other information was provided to news outlets.


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