Cops: Missing Georgia woman may be in Chicago area, using CTA

GPS tacking on a missing Georgia woman's phone indicates she may be using a CTA bus or train in the Chicago area, officials said Friday afternoon.

Alwaris K. Rolle, 24, disappeared from Marietta, Ga., and her parents are concerned because she was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, according to a missing person bulletin from the Cobb County Sheriff's office.

According to the release, distributed by Chicago and Skokie police here, Rolle left her parents' home unexpectedly and they believe she has not been taking her medication.