Missing suburban 6-year-old boy found dead; police looking for suspects

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SKOKIE, Ill. – Police sources have confirmed that the missing child Damari Perry, 6, has been found dead.

His death has been classified as a homicide and no further information is currently available.

The North Chicago Police Department asks anyone who may have information about Damari Perry’s disappearance and murder to call 847-596-8774.

Damari Perry, 6, of North Chicago was last seen at a party somewhere in Skokie between 5 and 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Perry and his 16-year-old sister were brought to the party by a black woman known only as “Monique” and a black man known as “Wacko” or “Chaos.” “Monique” was reportedly driving a black Nissan four-door sedan of unknown year or model with a dent in the front passenger door and tinted front windows.

Damari’s sister described the apartment building as possibly a three-story yellow building with an exposed staircase. The building may be located in or near Skokie.

Damari’s sister claims that she had several drinks at the party and fell asleep. When he woke up about two hours later, Damari and “Wacko” were no longer in the apartment.

Her sister was driven back to North Chicago by “Monique,” police said.

“Wacko” is approximately 22 years old with a slim build and short braids. He has a tattoo with cursive writing on one of his eyebrows.

“Monique” is approximately 20 years old and 5’5 “tall.

Anyone with information on Perry’s whereabouts should call the police at 847-596-8740.

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