Catherine “Kit” Currie, 50, vanished from her home in the city’s west end two weeks ago after suffering a mental health episode.
The Toronto woman’s family believes she may be alone and afraid — possibly living off the land in the Don Valley — so they’re appealing to the city’s cycling community to help them find their loved one.
“We love her and we just want to bring her home,” Jennifer Currie-Roy said Wednesday of her younger sister.
NEWS: Family appeals to cyclists to help find missing woman
August 28, 2014 by
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