#FindNicole | Nicole Morin Abduction | @TorontoPolice & CrimeStoppers Re-enactment Video Appeal





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Published on Jul 30, 2014

#FindNicole | Nicole Morin Abduction | 2014 Re-enactment Appeal Video | @TorontoPolice & Toronto CrimeStoppers

On Tuesday July 30, 1985, Nicole, 8, was abducted from her apartment building, located at 627 The West Mall in Etobicoke.

Nicole had made plans with a friend to meet in the lobby of her building to go swimming. At approximately 11 a.m., Nicole said goodbye to her mother and left the apartment to meet her friend. Tragically, Nicole was never seen again.

What resulted was the most intensive and extensive police search for a missing person in Toronto Police Service history. Over 15,000 man hours were put into the investigation, including the creation of a 20-member Task Force. Over 900 community members joined the
search for Nicole.

Investigators are hoping anyone with any information about what happened on July 30, 1985, will contact police by calling 416-808-2200 or CrimeStoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637), or, Leave A Tip on Facebook.

Nicole Louise Morin, was born on April 1, 1977. At the time of her abduction, she was 4'0, 51lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Nicole had a birthmark on the right side of her forehead, protruding ears and a gap between her front teeth. She had pierced ears. She was wearing a peach, one-piece bathing suit with coloured stripes on the front, a green headband, and red canvas shoes. She was carrying a peach-coloured blanket and purple beach towel.

To recognize the 29th anniversary of Nicole's abduction, the Toronto Police, in partnership with Toronto Crime Stoppers have released this re-enactment video, and are appealing to citizens and the media to share it with their networks and viewing audiences. The video can be also seen in Mac's Convenience Stores across the province of Ontario.

In addition, Twitter and Facebook accounts have been created under #FindNicole and members of the public are encouraged to visit these sites often for photos of Nicole and updates on the investigation.

Produced by the Toronto Police Video Unit


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