Alisha Torrens has been located safe.
Orangeville Police Service is asking for help from the public to locate a 23-year-old female who has not been in contact with her family since Saturday morning (March 2).
Alisha Torrens, 23, was last seen by her mother Saturday morning in the area of 95 First Street in Orangeville. She was spoken to by a Peel Regional Police officer at approximately 3:30pm at a nail salon in the Trinity Commons Shopping complex in Brampton.
Police and family members are concerned for the well-being of Alisha as she is in need of daily medication.
Alisha is described as a white female, 5’9 tall, 210 lbs., heavy set build with bright red shoulder length hair tied in a ponytail. Alisha has an infinity symbol tattoo on her right wrist, the word “Queen” and a crown tattooed on her right forearm and a tattoo of a compass on her left bicep. She was last seen wearing grey jogging pants, black exercise tank top, dark red jacket with brown fur lined hood, black running shoes, carrying a Goodlife Fitness duffle bag.
Police wish to confirm the well-being of Alisha and are asking to hear from anyone who has spoken to or seen her since Saturday afternoon. Alisha is believed to be in the GTA.
Anyone having further information with regards to the whereabouts of Alisha Torrens is asked to call the Orangeville Police Service at 519-941-2522 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.crimestopperssdm.com.