Missing Toronto man may be in Windsor

Police in Toronto are looking for a 96-year-old man who may be headed to, or in Windsor.

Investigators say Michael Domoni was last seen Monday morning in the area of ​​Bloor Street West and Keele Street in the High Park neighborhood of Toronto.

Toronto police indicated Thursday evening that Domoni may have gotten on a VIA Rail train that was headed to Windsor.

Police say there is concern for his well-being.

Michael Domoni, 96 yrs
– He is still missing
– He may have taken a train to the Windsor area @VIA_Rail @WindsorPolice
– Anyone w/ info contact police

— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) August 4, 2022

Windsor police indicated Friday morning that Domoni may have arrived in the city via the train on Wednesday.


96-year-old, Michael DOMONI was reported missing to Toronto Police Service on August 1. Its believed that DOMONI traveled to Windsor the afternoon of August 3.
DOMONI is a white male, 5’5″ 119lbs, short gray hair, clean shaven, uses a cane or walker.
911 if seen pic.twitter.com/lPBSASCtS9

— Windsor Police (@WindsorPolice) August 5, 2022

Domoni is described as 5′ tall with a thin build, weighing 150 pounds, and clean-shaven with short hair. He has a slight hunch in his upper back and walks with a cane.

If you see Domoni in the Windsor area, please contact Windsor police at (519) 255-6700, or Toronto police at (416) 808-1100. Anonymous tips may be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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