Police Anticipated to Reveal More Info on Missing Woman Laura Babcock

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

It has been revealed that local police is soon anticipated to commence a press conference to reveal potential information into the highlighted case of a missing woman, Laura Babcock. The lead investigator on the case since it was allegedly linked with murder suspect Dellen Millard, Homicide Det. Mike Carbone, is anticipated to address reporters at around 2:30 p.m. at police headquarters.

23-years-old Babcock disappeared after being seen for the last time in the Queen St. And Roncesvalle Ave. area on June 26, 2012. It is established that last several phone calls from the Babcock’s mobile, before her disappearance, were all made to Millard on July 3. Whereas, the 27-year-old suspect from Etobicoke, Dellen Millard, is already charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ancaster man Tim Bosma.

Both parents of Babcock, Clayton and Linda, explained that Laura was a cheerful honours student who had earned a degree in English and drama from the University of Toronto. Her parents confirmed that Babcock and Millard were friends and that, before her disappearance, she lived at her friends’ places and sometimes stayed at home for a brief period. Though in June, Babcock allegedly dropped her two-year-old Maltese dog, Lacey, at their house and never returned after. Babcock’s friends and family adamantly allege that the disappearance was not likely the act of a “social butterfly” who worked at children’s toy store. Babcock’s family said she has been using the name Elle Ryan. Police never interviewed Millard in connection to Babcock’s disappearance, her parents said.

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