Police search for missing Oshawa woman

Durham Regional Police are searching for Adrienne McRoberts, who has been missing since Jan. 14. Photo credit: Courtesy Durham Regional Police

Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) are searching for a missing Oshawa woman.

Police released a report at 11:30 a.m. today saying 32-year-old Adrienne McRobert was last seen in Oshawa Jan. 14, near Olive Avenue and Court Street.

Police say McRobert has gone missing in the past, but never for this long. DRPS was not able to confirm anything about these past occurrences or whether or not McRobert is in any serious danger.

“Right now, we’re just concerned that she’s been missing for an extended period of time,” said David Selby, director of corporate communications for DRPS.

Her family and friends are concerned for her safety as she has not had any contact with them since her disappearance.

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An Oshawa woman has gone missing from the Olive Avenue and Court Street area. Photo credit: Google Maps

McRobert is described as a white female standing about 5-feet with a thin build, hazel eyes and dyed “reddish” hair that goes to her shoulders. She was last seen wearing a black jacket with “Bench” written in white lettering on the back along with a black “K-Swiss” windbreaker, dark-coloured Guess jeans and tan moccasin boots.

Anyone with any information about McRobert’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the police.

If you’re within Durham Region, please contact DRPS D/Cst. Kollard of the Central East Division Criminal Investigation Bureau at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 2738.