Lawyer missing for almost 3 weeks in suburban Toronto

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A lawyer who has been missing for almost 3 weeks in the suburbs of Toronto

Isabella Dan, in her 50s, was last seen March 3 in Markham in the area of ​​Warden Artery and Route 7.

Real estate lawyer Isabella Dan, in her 50s, has been missing since March 3. York Regional Police in suburban Toronto are investigating the possibility of foul play.

The owner of a real estate law firm was last seen on the evening of March 3 near a condominium tower where she allegedly lived in Markham, officers believe.


His luxury SUV was found outside the building.

His work colleagues alerted the police, because she hadn't shown up to the office.

The York Regional Police Homicide and Missing Persons Squad is leading the ;survey.

“Our concern is that this may be a criminal act.

—Maniva Armstrong, York Regional Police Spokesperson

Police did not report where Ms. Dan was going on the night of her disappearance. The fifties then wore a beige coat with a fur collar and black pants. She also had a red gym bag.

Isabella Dan was last seen near this condominium tower in Markham.

We know that she was a member of the LA Fitness gym located near the residence, said police spokeswoman Maniva Armstrong. The training facility is located approximately 3 km from the condominium tower.

At the time of her disappearance, Ms. Dan was facing four mortgage fraud lawsuits in the Greater Toronto Area.

Ms. He adds that his client is not accused of initiating or profiting from the alleged fraud, but of negligence, which she denies.

According to real estate records, Ms. Dan does not own the condominium where she allegedly lived. However, she sold a $2.75 million home in North Toronto in August 2022.

She is also the owner of a North York home purchased in 2020 for 1.06 million, which is leased. According to property records, she has two mortgages – one from a private lender – totaling $1.448 million for this property.

Investigators ask anyone with any clues to Ms. Dan's disappearance to contact them.

With information from CBC

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