Police continue to search for missing Orangeville woman
Paulette Debra Davey can be seen in this undated photo. (Orangeville Police Service)
Staff, CTV Barrie
Published Friday, February 27, 2015 2:25PM EST
Last Updated Monday, March 2, 2015 11:45AM EST
Orangeville Police continue to investigate the disappearance of a 58-year-old woman.
Paulette Debra Davey has been missing since Tuesday.
"We have been investigating several tips over the weekend and our investigation will continue until we can confirm that Mrs. Davey is safe," said Orangeville Police Chief Wayne Kalinski
Police have ruled out foul play and say they are investigating the possibility that Davey may have been picked up by someone she knows and is now out of the community.
On Thursday, emergency services conducted a search around Davey’s home at Montgomery Boulevard.
The canine unit, auxiliary officers, and the York Regional Police helicopter assisted their search and rescue unit.
“We are hoping that Paulette will hear that she has been reported missing and that she will contact our police service to let us know that she is safe,” said Chief Kalinski. “We are committed to continuing our investigation until we can confirm that Mrs. Davey is in a place of safety.”
Police say Davey was last seen leaving her home on Montgomery Boulevard on Tuesday between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., leaving behind her wallet, cell phone and car.
She has not made any attempt to contact family members, and these actions are described as out of character.
Davey is described as white, 5’7”, 120 pounds with an average build, short blond hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen wearing a brown knee length winter parka with a fur trim collar.
Anyone with information about Davey’s disappearance is asked to contact Orangeville police or Crime Stoppers.