Teens honored for 'seeing something and saying something'

Teens honored for 'seeing something and saying something'
Cleveland Homicide Detectives look for answers after discovering woman's body (Source: WOIO)
Cleveland Homicide Detectives look for answers after discovering woman's body (Source: WOIO)
Cleveland Homicide Detectives look for answers after discovering woman's body (Source: WOIO)
Cleveland Homicide Detectives look for answers after discovering woman's body (Source: WOIO)
Body found in Cleveland. (Source: WOIO)
Body found in Cleveland. (Source: WOIO)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Cleveland city council honored a group of teens who "saw something and said something." The teens found a woman's body in a vacant house on Cleveland's east side April 30.

The teens were walking home around 2 p.m. at 3789 E. 143rd Street. According to police, the victim was Natalie Perez, 21.

Cleveland City Councilman, Zack Reed presented the teens with a council scroll recognizing their act of civil responsibility and thanked them for doing the right thing.

Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams has always encouraged people to call 911 if you see something, say something.

Perez went missing April 6 from the Garfield Heights area. She was bipolar schizophrenic and had not been taking her medications, according to the family.

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner has not yet released the cause of death.

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