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A Calgary mother and her three children visiting Brampton have been reported missing, Peel Regional Police said Saturday.
Police said they received a report that Oluseun Ogunfadebo, 34, and her three children were missing at 12:20 a.m. on Saturday. Her husband in Calgary called Peel police.
Ogunfadebo is with her two adopted daughters, 8 and 6, and her biological son, 3.
Const. Bancroft Wright, spokesperson for Peel Regional Police, said there are no safety concerns at this point.
“We have no idea or reason why she came to Brampton. The investigators are following up leads at this point with regards to her possible location,” Wright said.
“There are no medical concerns with regards to her or the children, no safety concerns, and no foul play is suspected.”
Wright said police did not know if Ogunfadebo has left her husband and if the case involves a domestic situation. Peel police are talking to Calgary police about the case, he said.
“Right now, as it is, it’s a missing persons report,” he said. “As far as domestic issues, we don’t know that, and that’s in conjunction with officers and investigators speaking to officers in Calgary.”
Wright said Ogunfadebo was last seen in Brampton but officers do not know when.
Calgary police are speaking to the husband to gather additional information that might help in locating Ogunfadebo and her children.
Wright said it’s not known when she was supposed to return or how long the trip to Brampton was supposed to last.
Ogunfadebo is believed to be driving a white 2007 Nissan Armada, with a Calgary plate BLZ 2627. Police say they don’t know where she is going.
Peel Police’s Criminal Investigations Bureau is handling the case. Anyone with information about Ogunfadebo is urged to call 911.