If You See This Man In Toronto This Morning Stay Away And Call 911 (UPDATED)
An earlier version of this article contained innacurate information provided by the police. It has been updated.
Police are saying to stay away from Sabian Mark Delong this morning, and a Twitter account under a similar name implies he may be a danger to himself.
He was last seen at 2 p.m. on the afternoon of October 14 in the Queen Street West and Ossington area.
The original police tweet that went out late Wednesday night described him as about 5'10" and 160 pounds — so, slim — with black hair and brown eyes. A bodybuilding.com account under the name of Sabian De Long, age 26 from Toronto, listed a weight of 174 lbs in 2013, alongside pictures implying that, seven years ago at least, he was probably pretty strong.
When he was last seen yesterday afternoon, he was wearing a grey hoodie and jeans.
Police, who originally called him an "elopee" — a term usually used to describe someone who has left a medical institution without permission — now consider him a missing person.
"Just like any missing person, we want to find them and get them back to where they need to be," Toronto Police Service spokesperson Constable Laura Brabant told Narcity.
Brabant said the original advisory not to approach if you see him and to call 911 still applies.
The latest post on a Twitter account under the name Sabian De Long of Toronto, dated October 10, reads in part, "SABIAN WAS WORTH YOU ALTHOUGH HE HID ALL ALL OF HIS DISABILITIES AFTER YOU LEFT HE BECAME SUICIDAL."
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