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Toronto police are asking for help finding the missing woman who may be in Etobicoke

Toronto police are asking for help finding the missing woman who may be in Etobicoke

Toronto police are asking for the public’s help in finding a woman who has been missing for several months and who may be in Etobicoke.

Dina Kulp was last in contact with the family on 14 June. The 25-year-old woman is known for visiting the Brown’s Line and Horner Avenue area in Etobicoke’s Alderwood neighborhood.

Police released her photo and asked for help finding her on September 15th.

She is described by the police as 5’2 “with a slim construction. There is no clothing description.

Police are concerned about her safety and are asking anyone with information about her location to contact the 22nd Division at 416-808-2200. Anonymous tips can be given via Crime Stoppers at 222tips.com or 416-222-TIPS (8477).

Police remind the public that a person can be reported missing at any time, there is no mandatory 24-hour waiting period.

“If you are concerned about a person’s immediate safety, call 911. Otherwise, you can report a person missing to the Toronto Police Service by calling the non-emergency number, 416-808-2222,” police said in a press release.

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