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Police still looking for missing Smiths Falls woman spotted in Kingston

Kingston and Smiths Falls police are still looking for Christine Cutler, who went missing in mid-march and who has been seen in Kingston.
Kingston and Smiths Falls police are still looking for Christine Cutler, who went missing in mid-march and who has been seen in Kingston. Kingston police

Police are still searching for a missing Smiths Falls woman who has been repeatedly spotted in Kingston.

Christine Cutler, 56, was reported missing to Smiths Falls Police on March 15.

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Since her disappearance, police have received reports of sightings of Cutler in the area of Princess Wellingston streets.

She is also known to be a frequent visitor to public libraries and city facilities.

Cutler is 56 and described as five-feet-five-inches tall, weighing about 225 pounds, with collar-length grey-brown hair and a round face. She also walks with a cane and wears glasses.

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She was last seen wearing a blue three-quarter length coat, with dark clothing underneath and carrying a light-coloured bag.

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Smiths Falls police want to find her to check on her well-being.

Anyone with information about Cutler’s whereabouts is asked to call Smith Falls Police Service at 613-283-0357 ext. 0 or the Kingston Police Service at 613-549-4660.