UPDATE: Girl missing from the Beach found, Toronto police announce

News Jul 20, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A missing 13-year-old girl last seen in the Beach area has been found, Toronto police announced Thursday, July 20.

Isis Sullivan had been last seen in the area of Gerrard Street East and Main Street.

Police released her photo and asked for the public's help finding her Monday, July 17.

She had been described by police as 5’3” with a thin build and shoulder-length, strawberry-blond hair. She had been last seen wearing black tights, black running shoes and a black sweatshirt with YMCMB on the front, and carrying a turquoise backpack.

Police thanked the public for helping with the search.

UPDATE: Girl missing from the Beach found, Toronto police announce

News Jul 20, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A missing 13-year-old girl last seen in the Beach area has been found, Toronto police announced Thursday, July 20.

Isis Sullivan had been last seen in the area of Gerrard Street East and Main Street.

Police released her photo and asked for the public's help finding her Monday, July 17.

She had been described by police as 5’3” with a thin build and shoulder-length, strawberry-blond hair. She had been last seen wearing black tights, black running shoes and a black sweatshirt with YMCMB on the front, and carrying a turquoise backpack.

Police thanked the public for helping with the search.

UPDATE: Girl missing from the Beach found, Toronto police announce

News Jul 20, 2017 by Toronto Newsroom Beach Mirror

A missing 13-year-old girl last seen in the Beach area has been found, Toronto police announced Thursday, July 20.

Isis Sullivan had been last seen in the area of Gerrard Street East and Main Street.

Police released her photo and asked for the public's help finding her Monday, July 17.

She had been described by police as 5’3” with a thin build and shoulder-length, strawberry-blond hair. She had been last seen wearing black tights, black running shoes and a black sweatshirt with YMCMB on the front, and carrying a turquoise backpack.

Police thanked the public for helping with the search.