Person linked to 2 London Ont disappearances. woman dies, police investigations continue – London | The Canadian News

London police are reviewing the disappearance of two London women several years after their disappearance.

Last week, police met with the families of Kathryn Bordato and Shelley Desrochers to update them on the investigations.

Kathryn Bordato, 44, was reported missing on February 10, 2010, but was last seen in the Cavendish Park area in July 2009.

Shelley Desrochers, 42, was reported missing to police on the afternoon of January 21, 2016 and was last seen in the Lorne Avenue and English Street area on January 2, 2016.

Throughout investigations, police say a person was identified as having acquaintance with both women. The individual provided “limited cooperation” with the investigators. There is evidence that the person withheld information from the police. Police say the person, who died, was closely monitored.

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“Important resources and various investigative techniques were used over a long period of time to obtain any additional information that this individual had regarding the disappearances,” said a police statement. Privacy legislation prohibits LPS from disclosing any information that could potentially identify this person.

Both investigations remain open, but police say there has been no evidence to indicate that either man is alive.

At the time she was reported missing, Bordato was described as Caucasian, with long brown hair and brown eyes, approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing around 140 pounds. Police say Borato sometimes walked with a limp and had a tattoo of the female gender symbol on his left hand between his thumb and forefinger.

Bordato was also known by other names, including Kathy, Pat, Kat, Katie, Katie Stewart, Laura Bordato, and Lauren Stewart.

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At the time she was reported missing, Desrochers was described as Caucasian, 5 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds, hazel eyes and long brown hair. Police say he had a distinctive walking style, described as “pigeon toes.”

Desrochers also had several visible tattoos, including a rose, a heart, and a blue bird.

Both cases remain open and the police are urging the public to submit any information.

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