Police have confirmed a MISSING woman has died in Chicago.
Forest View Police said Charisma Ehresman went missing on January 23. The 20-year-old was reported missing “based on suspicious circumstances.”
Police said she had left her home on the day she was reported missing and was not available for work or contact with her family.
Ehresman is a first-year nursing student, a choice that should come as no surprise to those who know her.
“That’s what she is – she wants to help people,” said the woman’s father, Jeffery Ehresman Sunday. “All she wanted to do was help people.”
The young girl recently enrolled at Triton College in River Grove but remained in a state of surprise until the first day of classes.
“She wanted to be able to tell people, ‘I did this myself,’” her father said.
Chicago police said she was found dead inside a vehicle in the 5900 block of West Iowa Street, a suburb of Austin.
Ehresman’s death was ruled homicide by the Cook County Medical Examiner. Looks like she was strangled and suffocated.
“We are all in shock, in complete shock and in complete shock,” Mr. Ehresman said. “We knew the second time she went missing something was wrong because she wasn’t missing.
“This is not the girl who runs away when she’s sad or stays at a guy’s house for days and doesn’t tell anyone. At 20, she texted her mom, ‘Mom, coming to my house, I’ll be back in a few hours. “
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