Toronto Police Search for Eve Ho with Youtube


On January 30, Toronto Police uploaded the above clip to Youtube in the hopes of getting information about the disappearances of Eve Ho and her friends Jackie Li and Kevin Lim. The video, strangely enough, doesn't play out like a standard missing persons plea for help and only briefly flashes a picture of Eve Ho at the beginning. Sculptor A.D. Milne of G2-net.tv (not a web address... I can't find one on Google either) made a bizarre piece that he constructed using a picture given to him by Toronto Police. The sculpture is obviously not meant to help civilians identify Eve Ho, as it's flat, two dimensional and devoid of any facial features. The sculptor states that he wants Eve to come home so he can see how close he was to capturing Eve's appearance...

Bizarre as it is, here's to hoping it actually helps the investigation. Anyone with information can anonymously call 1-800-222-TIPS. The story was originally found through the CBC, who didn't bother to link the Youtube video they spoke of in their two page write up.


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