Forest View woman missing
Charisma Ehresman, 20, was last seen Sunday
By Steve Metsch
Charisma Ehresman, of Forest View, has not been seen since Sunday and her family is very worried, her uncle said Wednesday evening.
“It’s definitely not normal for her not to come home,” Mike Pantelin said of his niece, who was last seen at 10:17 p.m. Sunday leaving her home in the 4600 block of South Wisconsin Ave.
“She texted her mom she was going out and she’d be back,” her uncle said.
On Thursday, the Forest View Police Department and Illinois State Police activated an Endangered Missing Person Advisory for Ehresman.
Ehresman, 20, is a Morton West High School graduate, attends classes at Triton College, has a job and lives with her parents, said Pantelin, of Bolingbrook.
To his knowledge, Ehresman does not have a boyfriend. “She has groups of friends and she was going out to meet with somebody,” he said. “We don’t know where she was going.”
He said police determined her cell phone “pinged” in Oak Park around 1 a.m. Tuesay in Oak Park. “I was driving around (Oak Park on Wednesday) with a friend, driving up and own blocks, looking for the car,” he said.
“It’s sad because you see people missing every day. It breaks your heart, especially when it’s someone you know dearly, said Pantelin, who grew up in Lyons.
“Not good,” he said when asked how his sister and brother-in-law are doing.
Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is asked to call the Forest View Police Department at (708) 788-0318.
“She’s reported as missing with the state police,” he said.
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