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UPDATE: FOUND - CRITICAL Missing Person in Fort Erie

Posted Jul 27th, 2017 in NRP

UPDATE: FOUND - CRITICAL Missing Person in Fort Erie

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At approximately 12:15pm on July 27, 2017 members of the Niagara Regional Police located Crystal Perry. She has been transported to hospital for assessment.
Niagara Regional Police would like to thank the public and the media for their assistance in this investigation.

On Wednesday, July 26, 2017 the Niagara Regional Police Service commenced an investigation into the welfare of a woman observed walking in the area of Burleigh Road and Dominion Road in the Town of Fort Erie.
As a result of the investigation it is believed that the woman is Crystal Perry (35 years) of Amherst, NY who has been reported missing. 

Parry is described as:
             Approximately 5'5", 170 lbs
             Caucasian with short blonde hair
             Last seen wearing a white tank top, black shorts and bare feet.
When Parry was last seen she appeared confused or disoriented.  The NRPS and her family are concerned for her welfare.
Police attended and searched the area throughout the evening utilizing K9, tactical search teams, and Niagara County helicopter without success.

Police believe that the Parry is still in the area on foot and may be in need of assistance. Police are requesting residents in the area to check their properties and outbuildings thoroughly, and review home security camera footage from the evening of Wednesday, July 26, 2017.
A picture of Crystal Perry has been attached.
Please contact the Niagara Regional Police Service if you may have any information.

Submitted By: Stephanie Sabourin
Approved By: Stephanie Sabourin

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