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Unsolved Disappearance 

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Nicole Louise Morin, 8, went missing on July 30, 1985, in Entobicoke, Toronto, Canada. Her disappearance left investigators and the community baffled, and  launched the largest missing person investigation in Toronto Police Service history, but she was never seen again.

Born on April 1, 1977, Nicole is described as a "happy go lucky child who was fun to be around," Nicole was a normal little girl who had many friends. 

At approximately 11:00 a.m., Nicole left her parent's penthouse apartment on the 20th floor of a large condominium building. She was heading to the lobby to meet her friend Jennifer and the two were planning to swim in the condo pool that was near the rear of the building.

Before leaving her apartment, Nicole talked to her friend Jennifer and said she would be in the lobby in a few minutes.

Fifteen minutes later, Jennifer buzzed Nicole's mother to ask why Nicole had not shown up yet. Nicole's mother, Jeanette, had been busy with other small children in her apartment daycare and thought Nicole had already left. Jeanette told Jennifer that Nicole had gone to the pool, or maybe playing with other children at the back of the complex.

It wasn't until hours later that Jeanette realized her daughter was missing.

Police responded quickly and canvassed the apartments, knocking on every door of the 429-unit complex. Barricades were set up and cars were stopped, checking each for the little girl.

Despite thousands of leads throughout the years, Nicole remains missing.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Nicole Morin, please call 22 Division at 416-808-2205 or Crimestoppers online at

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