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Canada Police searching for man seen with Tess Richey near Church and Wellesley before her death

08:51  04 december  2017
08:51  04 december  2017 Source:   thestar.com

Body of woman missing from Church and Wellesley found

  Body of woman missing from Church and Wellesley found The body of Tess Richey, the 22-year-old woman who went missing from the Church and Wellesley area early Saturday morning, has been found, police confirm. Toronto police could not immediately say where she was found or the cause of death. However, police spokesperson Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said the body was found Wednesday night. Today would have been Richey's 23rd birthday.Investigators will be releasing more information shortly.Earlier this week, Richey's sisters told CBC Toronto that the entire family was always in close contact, and it was uncharacteristic of Tess not to reply to text messages.

" Police searching for man seen with Tess Richey near Church and Wellesley before her death ". The Toronto Star. ^ " Police release images of man seen with Tess Richey shortly before she was killed".

Her body was found four days later on Wednesday afternoon outside of a building under construction at Church St. and Dundonald St., only a short distance from where she was last seen at Church and Wellesley . Tess Richey , 22, was found dead in downtown Toronto Wednesday afternoon.

Tess Richey, 22, was found dead in downtown Toronto Wednesday afternoon. Her death has been ruled a homicide.© Provided by Toronto Star Tess Richey, 22, was found dead in downtown Toronto Wednesday afternoon. Her death has been ruled a homicide.

Police investigating the suspicious death of 22-year-old Tess Richey say they are now looking for a man who may have been in her company just before her death.

Richey was reported missing on Nov. 25, having last been seen around 3 a.m. that morning. Her body was found four days later on Wednesday afternoon outside of a building under construction at Church St. and Dundonald St., only a short distance from where she was last seen at Church and Wellesley.

While police did not initially suspect foul play, a post-mortem conducted on Friday shows that Richey’s cause of death was a “neck compression,” which changed the ruling to a homicide.

Police release images of man sought in Tess Richey case

  Police release images of man sought in Tess Richey case Toronto Police have released security footage of a man they’re looking to identify in relation to Tess Richey’s homicide. Homicide investigators are requesting assistance in identifying the man as part of their investigation into the death of the 22-year-old woman, whose body was discovered four days after her initial disappearance, steps away from her last known location. Previously, investigators released only a description of the man, noting that he was white, between five-foot-seven and 6 feet tall, with a slim build and light-coloured hair.

Her body was found four days later on Wednesday afternoon outside of a building under construction at Church St. and Dundonald St., only a short distance from where she was last seen at Church and Wellesley . Quick Links . Police release images of man seen with Tess Richey shortly before she

Wham! bandmate opens up a year after George Michael's death : Police searching for man 15:53 11 december 2017 Source: ibtimes.co.uk. Police searching for man seen with Tess at Church St. and Dundonald St., only a short distance from where she was last seen at Church and Wellesley .

Police now say it is believed Richey was in the presence of a man shortly before her death.

They say that when her friend left the area, Richey was alone with this man on Church St. somewhere between or around Wellesley St. and Dundonald St. from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m.

The man has been described as white and somewhere between 5-foot-7 to 6 feet tall, with a slim build and light-coloured short hair.

Homicide investigators are seeking to identify him. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7400.

With files from Jenna Moon

What the case of a man who vanished in the Village 20 years ago can tell us about Toronto's missing .
When Larry Arnold was murdered in 1994, many believed it was a 'hook-up gone wrong.' His family says there are troubling parallels between his case and recent instances of missing persons in Toronto and how they're being handled by both media and the police.When he heard about the case of Tess Richey, the 22-year-old who went missing in the Church and Wellesley area in late November, Hind found himself a teenager again, living three hours away from Toronto, helplessly trying to find his own loved one.

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