Police renew call for help in finding missing Toronto man Raheem White

Toronto police released a video appeal on YouTube on Monday in their latest bid for any information about a man who has been missing since Dec. 1, 2021.

In the video, created by Crime Stoppers Toronto and Toronto police, Const. Chris Sukhdeo describes Raheem White, 27, and his whereabouts of him on the day he went missing.

“(White) left his place of work in the area of ​​Pelham Avenue and Osler Street driving a green delivery truck,” Sukhdeo says in the video. “(His) delivery truck was located several hours later at approximately 7 pm in a parking lot … near Sunnyside Beach.”

“(White) has a large number of family and friends who are very concerned for his well-being and are pleading for his safe return,” Sukhdeo adds.

In May, police said they continued to follow up on leads about him, even probing a possible sighting of White in Vancouver late March. At the time, his mother Rose told Torstar that she had connected with a non-for-profit called Please Bring Me Home in her search for White. “I feel very confident they’re going to dig and do what’s necessary to find out what happened,” she said.

In December, a close friend who filed the missing person report told Torstar it was “totally out of character” for White to go missing.

White is described as six feet tall, 190 pounds, and having an athletic build, according to police. He also has brown hair in dreadlocks, brown eyes, and tattoos. Police said his tattoos of him are of a palm tree on his left bicep and a rose on his shoulder.

He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black pants, and an orange touch, said police.

“Officers have been carrying out extensive inquiries to try to locate Raheem and continue to appeal for any information about his whereabouts,” police said in an accompanying news releaseadding they’re concerned for his safety.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Toronto Police Missing Persons Unit at 416-808-7411, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), or at www.222tips.com.

With files by Joanna Lavoie, Torstar


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