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Title: Amanda Rudge | 27 | Missing Mississauga | Last Seen August 1, 1991
Post by: Concerned on November 20, 2010, 09:10:55 PM
Case #   20070027OPP
Name   Amanda Jane RUDGE
Summary   Amanda RUDGE was last seen by her mother at the residence on Enfield Place, Mississauga in August of 1991. At the time she went missing, Amanda was known to frequent the Bloor and Landsdowne area of Toronto. Amanda may have connections to the United States.
Date Last Seen   01 Aug 1991
Age At Last Seen   27
Date of Birth   20 Jun 1964
Sex   Female
Race   Caucasian
Height (cm)   160 - 163
Height (Imp.)   5 ft 3 - 5 ft 4
Weight (kgs.)   54 - 58
Weight (lbs.)   120 - 130
Dentition   Broken Front Tooth which had been fixed. Dentist Information: Mother does not recall the name of the dentist but indicated his office was on Bloor Street in Mississauga across from the Applewood Towers Buildings.
Hair   Brown; Shoulder Length Natural Auburn hair - dyed Blonde at time of disappearance
Facial Hair (Desc.)   
Eye Colour   Blue
Features   Injury/Trauma, Possible fractures from physical abuse, Tattoo, All Toes Right Foot, Letter on each toe, Tattoo, All Toes Left Foot, Letter on each toe, Tattoo, ankle, Butterfly (unknown which ankle), Tattoo, shoulder, Cherries (unknown which shoulder), Piercing, Both Ears Head, Several piercings in both ears   
Location   Mississauga; Known to frequent the Bloor and Landsdowne area, Toronto
Agency   Missing Persons Unit

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Title: Re: Amanda Rudge | 27 | Missing Mississauga | Last Seen August 1, 1991
Post by: jellybean on February 28, 2017, 03:35:23 PM
I can understand this mother's anguish..... resources are now being spent on locating her daughter... and I hope that they locate her.

The main question is --- why has her daughter not picked up the phone to let her Mom know that she is okay? She has had a number of years to do so.

If she left her home to protect her family, surely she would want to let her mother know that she is safe and not to worry.

JB