Police issue new details in two-year search for missing Ontario woman Deanna Timms
New information has led investigators to believe a Lambton County woman last left a London home with another person before she went missing two years ago, provincial police say.
Deanna Timms, 34, left a London home with another person in late February 2021, planning to return to her Brooke-Alvinston home, Lambton County OPP said Friday.
“Police remain concerned for her well-being and are asking for the public’s help in locating her,” OPP said in a statement.
Police didn’t provide an exact date when Timms was last seen or a specific location in London.
Timms was reported missing in February 2022 – a year after she was last seen in London – but police previously declined to explain the gap between her disappearance and it being reported to police, citing the ongoing probe.
Asked whether investigators believe foul play could be involving, an OPP spokesperson replied: “Not at this time.”
The lead investigator on the case wasn’t available for an interview Friday, the spokesperson said.
Timms is described as five-foot-four and 120 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.
Anyone with information about Timms’ should contact police at call 1-844-677-9402 or email OPP.TIMMS.Missing.Person@opp.ca.
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