In the past week, the Toronto Police have issued two separate missing woman reports and are now concerned for both women's safety. 28-year-old Ayisha Harvey and 29-year-old Enisa Gamulin have both been identified by Toronto Police as missing. The police are reaching out for the public's help in order to gain any information on the women's whereabouts. 

A missing person statement was released for 29- year-old Enisa Gamulin on February 16th after she was last seen in the morning hours of Wednesday, February 13. She was last seen in the area of Highway 27 and Humber College Boulevard. 

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Gamulin is described as being 5'5 with a medium build. She has light-brown hair that reaches her shoulders and brown eyes and a scar on her face. The clothes that she was wearing during her disappearance are unknown. 

Toronto Police have issued a second statement via Twitter on February 17, 2019, stating that there is a "growing concern" for the well-being of Enisha Gamulin and anyone with information is encouraged to contact them immediately.  

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A similar case was just released today as another woman who has gone missing in the Toronto area. 28-year-old Ayisha Harvey was last seen in the Queen St. W and Ossington area. 

Harvey is described as 5'5 and weights about 140 lbs. She has medium length auburn hair. She was last seen wearing a green parka, grey shirt, black leggings, and a blue scarf. 

Toronto Police are also urging the public to call if they know any information on the whereabouts of Ayisha Harvey. 

Toronto Police have not released any connection between the two cases, yet both women have similar features and appearances. 

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If you have any information on either of these cases, the Toronto Police are encouraging you to contact them at 416-808-2300. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477 or online at

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