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Toronto police make appeal to find Indigenous woman missing since 1992 – Toronto.com

Investigators share sketches of what she would look like today

Toronto police have released artist renditions of an Indigenous woman who has been missing since 1992 to generate new leads.

Gloria Jean Abotossaway, who is known as Marty, was last seen on Feb. 14, 1992. She was 27 years old at the time.

Abotossaway was residing at 90 Shuter St. at the time of her disappearance and told family members she was going to Moss Park with her boyfriend. Her boyfriend is only known as “Lenny”, and they were apparently going to meet a man called “Bob Russo”, police said in a news release Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Abotossaway left behind most of her belongings at her address, but she did take her birth certificate and status card with her. Her card has been inactive, and she has not filed a tax return since 2000. She was a member of the Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nations, also known as Sucker Creek First Nations in Little Current, Manitoulin.

Read More: https://www.toronto.com/news-story/10232255-toronto-police-make-appeal-to-find-indigenous-woman-missing-since-1992/

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