Missing student Amanda Chadwell has returned to her Joliet home, according to family spokeswoman Judi Stapleton.
No details on the 16-year-old girl's disappearance, whereabouts or return were released by the family, Stapleton said.
Original story/posted 7 p.m. Friday:
A 16-year-old Plainfield South High School student from Joliet has been reported missing, and anyone knowing of her whereabouts is asked to contact the Joliet Police Department.
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The parents of Amanda Francis Chadwell last spoke to their daughter at 8 a.m. Wednesday, and believe she may be in the Aurora area, said Judi Stapleton, who is acting as the family's spokeswoman.
Joliet Police Cmdr. Brian Benton said it's believed the teen left of her own accord and foul play is not involved.
Amanda is described as having brown/blond hair and brown eyes and is 5-feet-4 in height.
Anyone with information is asked to call Joliet Police Detective Jeff Kneller at 815-724-3020 or Scott and Peggy Chadwell at 815-609-8155.