David Corio/RedfernsChicago police apparently are on the lookout for Sinead O’Connor after being informed that O’Connor had threatened to jump off a Chicago bridge.

The Chicago Sun-Times uploaded a clip from a police scanner in which a Chicago officer delivers an “All Call” message Thursday afternoon. “Word from Ireland police Sergeant Claire Mulligan, Dublin, Ireland, is saying that at 15:30 hours Sinead O’Connor called and said ‘I’m on a bridge in Chicago and I’m going to jump,” an officer is heard saying. “If officers could keep an eye out for the celebrity.”

“Right now all we have is a phone call,” Officer Kevin Quaid tells the New York Daily News. “We’re informing officers to be on the lookout but we’re not setting up roadblocks or anything.”

Quaid said that O’Connor’s family called police after the singer threatened to jump.

Last month police in a Chicago suburb were asked to look for the “Nothing Compares 2 U” singer after a caller expressed concern for her well-being. She was eventually located and was deemed to be not in danger.

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