^^NEVAMIND STUPID FUCKING QUESTION!!!!
Family Fears Missing Woman Was Harmed
Friend Says Nailah Franklin Disappeared After Threatening Message From Ex-Boyfriend
Family members are worried that a missing woman from the University Village neighborhood was the victim of foul play.
As CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports, police continue to ask for the assistance of the public in finding Nailah Franklin, 28, who disappeared earlier this week.
Franklin's sister went to the Harrison Area police headquarters Friday morning to talk to detectives about the case. She said detectives called her and asked her to come in, and also want information about Franklin's credit cards.
Franklin's family and friends say last week, she went to police about threatening phone calls she was receiving from a man she had once dated.
Franklin's friend Dana McClellan said the message contained the following: "Basically 'I could do harm to you. You haven't seen that side, of me but I do have a bad side and I could do harm to you.'"
Her family now fears that may have happened – particularly after she missed a crucial meeting with her boss Wednesday morning, which was out of character for her.
"The fact that she missed the meeting and the car's not there the phone goes directly to voice mail and the voice mail's full are all signs that something bad happened to Nailah," said her sister, Leila Franklin Acox.
When the company contacted Franklin's family earlier this week, Acox rushed to Nailah's condo in the 1500 block of South Sangamon Street to search and immediately noticed two computers were missing.
Her last contacts were three text messages Tuesday night, when she didn't answer her phone, claiming to be at dinner.
Franklin is 5-feet 2-inches, 115 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. Her car is a 2005 gray Chevy four-door Impala, license plate 1957855.
"This is someone who just had everything to live for; she was at the top of her game professionally; she bought two condos on her own as a single woman; she dotes on her niece, my daughter; she's just a person who is very connected with the people she cares about," Acox said. "This is so out of character."
If you have any information about the case, police ask that you call (312) 746-9259.