Police ask for help identifying womean killed on UPX tracks

Toronto Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a woman killed on the Union Pearson line near Weston.

On Monday, September 7, just before 6 a.m, a woman was struck by the eastbound UPX train. The police say that their efforts to identify her have not been successful. She is described as “a black adult female, with a heart shaped tattoo on her right shoulder area.”

The tattoo is of a inverted bass and treble clef, forming a heart. They have released a drawing of it.

From the TPS

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.