Olamide Adeyooye, a student Illinios State University, has gone missing from the Berkeley suburb in Chicago. She went out to rent a movie nearly a week ago and has not been seen since. Evidence recently uncovered may be leading to the conclusion that there may have been a crime committed.
NBC 5 in Chicago reports: “The signs lead us to believe there very well could have been a crime committed,” said Normal police Lt. Mark Kotte.
Adeyooye was last seen renting a movie about 9 p.m. last Thursday at a store in Normal, according to a Web site about the case posted by the 20,000-student university. Her family reported her missing Saturday after she missed classes and her weekend job as a waitress. Police say her green 1996 Toyota Corolla also is missing.
Kotte said canine and aircraft searches will continue and that the FBI and Illinois State Police will help with the investigation.
OFFICER IN CHARGE:
Normal Police Department
The Normal Police Department is investigating the disappearance of a 21 year old female resident, Olamide Adeyooye. She was reported missing Saturday, October 15th, by her family. Adeyooye lives in an apartment in the 900 Block of Market Street in Normal and attends Illinois State University.
At this time foul play is not suspected. The Normal Police Department is seeking out individuals who have had any contact with Adeyooye after Thursday, October 13th or know the location of Adeyooye’s car, a Green 1996 Toyota Corolla 4-door Illinois License LBG927.
Persons with information should call Detective Sergeant Scott Johnson at 309-454-9535.