The Toronto Police Service has been informed that she has been located.
The Terrebonne/Ste-Anne-des-Plaines/Bois-des-Filion intermunicipal police department has asked the Toronto Police Service to post the following release:
Police would like to request the public’s assistance locating Nathalie Picard who is missing from Terrebonne, Quebec.
The Terrebonne/Ste-Anne-des-Plaines/Bois-des-Filion intermunicipal police department, in the course of the investigation, was able to collect evidence that this woman might be in the Toronto area, more precisely around the York University campus.
On December 13 2016, Nathalie Picard was reported missing by her husband. She was last seen at a temporary refuge in Terrebonne, Quebec. The couple was on a temporary break.
Police know that her debit card was used at these locations: Motel Super 5 Inn in Mississauga and withdrawal attempts were made on the York University campus, at a Scotia Bank in North York, and also in the Old Toronto area and Queen Street West.
Her family is very worried about her safety, considering that she has no known relatives in this area and that she doesn’t have any resources that they know about.
Anyone with information that can help to locate this woman is asked to contact the Terrebonne / Ste-Anne-des-Plaines / Bois-des-Filion intermunicipal police department at 450 471-4121 with reference to file number TRB-161213-010.