Saturday, December 26?, 1992

Lisa Wright

Search for T.O. woman baffles cops

Police are stymied in their search for a Toronto woman missing for two weeks.

Metro Det. Reg Pitts says investigators have yet to turn up a clue in the disappearance of Grayce Elizabeth Baxter, 26, who was last seen leaving a friend's Mississauga home at 3 a.m. Tuesday, December 8.

Baxter's black 1989 BMW was found abandoned in the parking lot of Gerrard Square mall two days later.

There was no signs of any violence in the car, Pitts said. He said Baxter lived on Yonge St., about 4 km (2.5 miles) from the mall at Gerrard St. E, and Pape Ave.

Pitts said police have received phone calls from friends and acquaintances for Baxter but none from anyone who might have information leading to the woman.

Baxter is white, 6-foot, 160 punds, with a sturdy build, and long, dyed-blonde shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing dark clothing, including a black body stocking.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Metro Police at 324-5204 or Crime Stoppers at 222-TIPS.

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