4 Middle School Kids Have Gone Missing In Toronto After A Trip To The Movies - Narcity

4 Middle School Kids Have Gone Missing In Toronto After A Trip To The Movies

Toronto Police are investigating the disappearance of 4 young friends who haven't been seen since Monday night.

UPDATE 5:40 PM: Toronto Police found the 4 missing middle school kids in Toronto and are now thanking the public for their help. You can read the official update here


Toronto Police Services is currently investigating the disappearance of four children. Two 13-year-old boys, a 12-year-old boy, and a 13-year-old girl went missing in Toronto on Monday night. They were last seen at 11:00 PM in the area of Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue East on March 4th.

The four young friends went to see a movie late Monday night, and no one has seen them since.  Although police have not yet collected evidence that would suggest the case is "suspicious", the officers are trying to locate the children as quickly as possible.

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According to a news release from Toronto Police, this is the first time the children have "gone missing".

Based on police report information obtained from CityNews Toronto, the descriptions of the four children are as follows:

Hosanna Beckford, 13, five-foot-six, 115 pounds, brown curly hair, brown eyes, with a thin build. She was last seen wearing a black sweater and light grey jeans.

Luther Hinckson, 12, five-foot-six, 110 pounds, short brown hair, brown eyes, with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a bright blue Calvin Klein jacket and black track pants.

Kai Forbes, 13, five-foot-five, and 80 pounds. He was last seen wearing a green parka, black track pants and black and white runners.

Deanjealo Springer, 13, five-foot-three, 80 pounds, short black hair, brown eyes with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a red jacket, a black hoody and grey Adidas track pants.

Below is a handout photo of the missing kids provided by Toronto Police:

Via TorontoPolice.on.ca

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If anyone has information regarding the children's location, please contact Toronto Police Services immediately by calling 416-808-2222 or anonymously with Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

You can also submit a report online at www.222tips.com, online on our Facebook Leave a Tip page, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). 

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