MISSING: Quebec woman’s debit card used at Mississauga motel: Police


A bank card belonging to a Quebec woman last seen six weeks ago is being used across the GTA – including a Mississauga motel – say police.

Nathalie Picard of Terrebonne, Quebec was last seen Dec. 13, 2016. She’s believed to be in the Greater Toronto Area. (Photo: Police handout)
Nathalie Picard was last spotted Dec. 13 at a temporary refuge in Terrebonne, Que., where she lives. Terrebonne is roughly 33 km north of downtown Montreal.
Picard was reported missing by her husband.
“The couple was on a temporary break,” reads a Toronto Police news release issued Thursday on behalf of the Terrebonne/Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines/Bois-des-Filion intermunicipal police department.
(Screenshot: Google Maps)
Investigators say the woman is likely in the GTA, near the York University campus.
Her debit card has been traced to the Super 5 Inn on Dundas St. E. in Mississauga, near Hwy. 427.
Withdrawal attempts were made on the York campus, a Scotiabank in North York, and in the Old Toronto area and Queen St. W., say police.
Picard’s family is very worried about her safety, police add, considering she has no known relatives in Toronto or money they’re aware of.
Anyone with information is asked to phone 450-471-4121, referring to file number TRB-161213-010.


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