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Where is Aaron Schock? Lawyer in civil case tells judge he can't find former US congressman

FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2015 file photo, former  U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock speaks to reporters in Peoria, Ill. Howard Foster, who donated $500 to the former congressman's campaign is suing Schock in U.S. District Court in Chicago seeking repayment of all contributions to Schock's campaign. Daniel Kurowski an attorney for Foster told a federal judge during a hearing Wednesday April, 29, 2015, in Chicago, he can't locate the Republican who resigned in March amid questions about his spending. Kurowski said he hasn’t been able to inform Schock about the lawsuit. Kurowski tried a Peoria address for Schock, but the property is now vacant. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)

FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2015 file photo, former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock speaks to reporters in Peoria, Ill. Howard Foster, who donated $500 to the former congressman's campaign is suing Schock in U.S. District Court in Chicago seeking repayment of all contributions to Schock's campaign. Daniel Kurowski an attorney for Foster told a federal judge during a hearing Wednesday April, 29, 2015, in Chicago, he can't locate the Republican who resigned in March amid questions about his spending. Kurowski said he hasn’t been able to inform Schock about the lawsuit. Kurowski tried a Peoria address for Schock, but the property is now vacant. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman, File)  (The Associated Press)

Where is Aaron Schock? An attorney for a campaign donor suing the former Illinois congressman has told a federal judge he can't locate the Republican who resigned in March amid questions about his spending.

Daniel Kurowski filed the lawsuit April 15 for Chicagoan Howard Foster. Foster donated $500 to Schock's campaign and wants him to repay millions of campaign dollars on grounds the Peoria politician tricked contributors into believing him.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports (http://bit.ly/1JbTV8C ) Kurowski told a hearing in Chicago Wednesday he hasn't been able to inform Schock about the lawsuit. Kurowski tried a Peoria address for Schock, but the property is now vacant.

Amid media scrutiny, Schock quit in March and a federal criminal investigation began.

An email message seeking comment Thursday from a Schock spokesman wasn't returned.