Missing Chateauguay family found safe in Toronto
CHATEAUGUAY – Erin Gray and her two children, who had been missing for a week, have been found.
Gray’s family told Global News they were found in Toronto. Gray has apparently been staying in a woman’s shelter in the city.
She was reportedly worried that she was being followed and could be in danger.
Police said they were all doing well and were in good health.
The family of three was last seen leaving Kahnawake around 6 p.m. on Sunday.
She was accompanied by her 11-year-old daughter, Rachel Kaya Beckles, and her five-year-old son Robert Jr. Clarke.
Her sister, Ashley Gray, told Global News in June that it was very unlike Erin to leave like this.
“This is very very unlike her, it’s very sudden, it’s very random,” she said.
“Maybe someone forced her to leave, I don’t know if that’s the case, we want them back, we need them back. I’m just scared, I’m really scared.”
Erin’s mother, Jackie Gray, spoke to Global News and said she was extremely worried for her daughter.
“She was a little anxious at times,” said Gray.
“She thought somebody was following her over the last month, I just told her, Erin, maybe it’s just in your mind.”
Gray is not known to suffer from any health problems or addictions.
While police said they believe the family left the apartment in a hurry, they did not have any reason to suspect foul play.