Tulip 76 year old woman found dead, Body Found near Bayview And Lawrence east

Tulip 76 year old woman found dead, Body Found near Bayview And Lawrence east

The body of a missing Toronto woman, 76 years old, was discovered on Friday in the woods off of a walking trail near Bayview Avenue and Lawrence Avenue East. The woman had been missing since the previous week.

The woman, whose name has only been given as “Tulip,” was suffering from dementia, according to the authorities. She was reported missing on September 29, and the last time she was seen on camera was on September 30, around 2.5 kilometres to the southwest of where a hiker discovered her dead early on Friday morning.

“She was found in a wooded area…just outside of the area that police were actively searching,” Insp. Suzanne Redman said to the reporters after the discovery was made. “It’s quite clear that this is not the conclusion that any of us were looking for. And our thoughts and prayers are with Tulip’s family and friends during this difficult time.”

According to Redman, even though a coroner has not yet determined what caused the person’s death, there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident.

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Authorities’ efforts in the search and investigation

“We are still asking members of the public who may have seen Tulip over the past number of days to please contact police,” Redman said. “We are still asking members of the public who may have seen Tulip over the past few days.” “An investigation into this matter is currently being carried out.”

According to the report filed with the police on October 1st night, Tulip was reported missing for the first time. The next morning, law enforcement officials issued a news alert and continued their search for her until 11:30 a.m. on Friday, when a member of the public discovered her body on the walking trail.

This week, the police emphasised that a missing person report can be filed at any hour of the day or night. There is no requirement for a waiting period of twenty-four hours.

A spokesman for media relations named Ashley Visser stated in an email that there are no intentions for the police to reveal Tulip’s full name. According to what Visser said, “(We) do not normally provide names of individuals who are located deceased if there is not a criminal element to their death.”

According to the investigation conducted by the police, Tulip lived alone not too far from the location where she was reported missing in the first place. This week, a picture of her was released that showed her grinning while she was looking directly at the camera. She adorned her ears with little gold studs and her hair was styled in a halo of silver highlights.

On the video, she was last seen heading in the direction of Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery while walking along Erskine Avenue.

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Source: Toronto Star

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