Canadian News Oct 15, 2020 1:53 PM EST

Police: Missing Toronto man may be 'dangerous' to himself and others

Police believe that he may be potentially dangerous to the public, and advise those who see him to not approach him but to immediately contact 911.

Police: Missing Toronto man may be 'dangerous' to himself and others
Noah David Alter Toronto
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Toronto police are searching for a man who disappeared from the Queen Street and Ossington Avenue area Wednesday afternoon.

Sabian Mark Delong, a 26-year-old male, disappeared at around 2:00 pm. Police describe him as "5'10", 160 lbs., with a slim build, black shaggy hair, and brown eyes."

Police say he was wearing a black baseball hat, black jeans, a black t-shirt, and a grey hoodie at the time of his disappearance.

The police believe the man to be a danger to himself, although their initial description of the man as an elopee who escaped from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health was incorrect.

Other reports suggest he may be suicidal and that he has a history of going missing.

Police believe that he may be potentially dangerous to the public, and advise those who see him to not approach him but to immediately contact 911.

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