Chicago’s Bradley sisters vanished 20 years ago

CHICAGO — As they have for the past two decades, Tionda and Diamond Bradley’s relatives gathered on Chicago’s South Side on Tuesday to set off balloons and pray for answers in the sisters’ 2001 disappearance that spurred one of the largest manhunts in the city’s history.

More than a dozen family members and media showed up for the annual event at East 35th Street and South Lake Park Avenue, near the third-floor apartment where Tracey Bradley lived with her daughters – who were 10 and 3 at the time – and two other sisters before moving away after it became too difficult to stay there.

“I believe in my heart they’re still alive somewhere,” Tracey Bradley, the girls’ mother, told USA TODAY on Monday. “I still have hope that Diamond and Tionda will return back home.”

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