Missing person: Police need your help to locate Tina-Louise Tessier

Quebec police are looking for help from the public as they try to locate a missing person. Tina-Louise Tessier, of Brownsburg-Chatham, has been missing since August 13. The 49-year-old woman was last seen at about 8 p.m. on August 13 in Grenville and was in a sports/utility vehicle, a 2002 Buick Rendez-Vous, dark blue, with the licence plate: E36 KPD.

There is reason to fear for her safety.

She is described as 5-feet, 8 inches tall, weighing about 160 lbs, with blond hair and blue eyes. She speaks French and English.

She was last ween wearing dark blue jeans, a black button-front shirt with sleeves rolled up to the elbows as well as a pair of tinted glasses.

Anyone who thinks they may have seen Tina-Louise Tessier is asked to call 911. Note that all calls and tips are confidential and can also be made by calling 1 800 659-4264.


La Sûreté du Québec demande l’aide du public afin de retrouver Tina-Louise Tessier, disparue de Brownsburg-Chatham, depuis le 13 août dernier.

Tina-Louise Tessier, 49 ans de Brownsburg-Chatham, aurait été vue pour la dernière fois vers 20 h00 le 13 août à Grenville. Elle se déplacerait à bord d’un véhicule utilitaire sport de marque Buick, modèle Rendez-Vous, 2002, de couleur bleu foncé immatriculé : E36 KPD.

Ses proches ont des raisons de craindre pour sa santé et sa sécurité.


Taille : 1,75 m (5 pi 8 po)

Poids : 73 kg (160 lb)

Cheveux : blonds

Yeux : bleus

Elle s’exprime autant en français qu’en anglais.

La dernière fois qu’elle a été vue, elle portait un jean bleu foncé, une chemise noire avec boutons sur le devant et les manches roulées jusqu’aux coudes, ainsi qu’une paire de lunettes fumées noires.

Toute personne qui apercevrait Tina-Louise Tessier est priée de communiquer avec le 911. Soulignons également que toute information qui permettrait de le retrouver peut être communiquée, de façon confidentielle, à la Centrale de l’information criminelle de la Sûreté du Québec au 1 800 659-4264.

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