Police in Hamilton, Ontario investigating image posted on Emily Bailey’s TikTok

Hamilton police are awaiting information from TikTok after an image was posted on the account of a woman missing for nearly a year and a half — prompting investigators to believe her account may have been hacked.

Emily Bailey was 23 when she disappeared after New Year’s Day 2022, leaving behind two young daughters and her family searching for answers.

The homicide unit took over the investigation into her disappearance in March of that year because of suspicion of foul play. Among the reasons for concern was the fact that Bailey had not used social media since she disappeared.

Bailey lived a quasi-homeless life, often staying with friends, and struggled with addiction. But she always maintained contact with her daughters. Bailey had been staying with a boyfriend at a Weir Street North house, which police later searched as part of their ongoing investigation.

Her mom, Lori Bevan, was at work last week when she checked her phone and saw the new image seemingly randomly posted on her daughter’s account. It is a picture of a large dog chewing a stick, laying on grass. A song — “Cupid” by K-pop group Fifty Fifty — plays.


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