As of this morning, the Toronto police have issued three separate missing person reports for three Toronto teens who have gone missing within the past month.  The three teenage girls, Melanie Stevens, Alexus Boudreault, and Naomi-Marie Jones were all last seen at the beginning of April and police are now concerned for their safety. The police are reaching out for the public's help in hopes of gaining additional information about the teens' whereabouts. 

While all released this morning, these three missing reports were filed separately and Toronto Police have not yet indicated that there is any connection between these cases. All three teens were last seen in different areas around the city and Police have not released any similarities between the cases.  

The first report that was released this morning by Toronto Police was for sixteen-year-old Naomi-Marie Jones who was last seen on Thursday, April 11, 2019, at 3:50 p.m. in the area of Younge Street and Finch Avenue. 

Jones is said to be 5'8 with long hair in a messy bun and a slender build. It is unknown to what she was wearing the day that she was reported missing. Police have expressed through their statement that they are concerned for her safety and are asking for the publics help to locate her. 

Moments later, the Toronto Police released another statement asking the public to help them locate fourteen-year-old Alexus Boudreault who was last seen Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at around 9 AM in the Wellesley Street East and Sherbourne Street area. 

Boudreault is around 5'3 and has long black hair and brown eyes with a thin build. The clothes that she was wearing during the time of her disappearance are also unknown. 

Ten minutes later, the public was made aware of another missing teen within the neighbourhood. Eighteen-year-old Melanie Stevens was last seen on Monday, April 1, 2019, at 8 PM in the Dundas Street East and Ontario Street area. 

Stevens was last seen only a day before Boudreault and mere minutes away from where Boudreault was also last spotted, but police have not made any connections beyond that. 

Stevens is described at around 5'3 with black shoulder length hair. 

Toronto police are asking for the publics help in locating these three teens as they are concerned for their safety. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5100 or at Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477 or online at www.222tips.com

 

 

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