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Authorities Looking for Missing Oak Park Girl, Considered Endangered

Zoe Stegmeyer, 6, is believed to be with her mother, Wendy Jarvis, 41.

OAK PARK - An alert has been issued for a missing girl last seen with her mother in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, about 85 miles east of Rockford.

Zoe Stegmeyer, 6, had a court-appointed visitation with her mother, Wendy Jarvis, on Saturday morning. Jarvis eluded the court appointed monitor and fled with Zoe. Police across the state are now searching for the young girl, who is considered missing and endangered.

Zoe is white, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 3'4'' tall and light complected. She was last seen wearing a black quilted jacket, pink gloves, black shirt with a heart on the front, black leggings and black boots.

She is believed to be with her mother, Wendy Jarvis. Jarvis is white with hazel eyes and brown hair. She is 5'2'' tall and 144 pounds. She was last seen wearing a black knit cap, gray 3/4-length pea coat and a green sweatshirt.

Their last known location was 1111 S. Boulevard, Oak Park.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call Oak Park Police at 708-386-3800.


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