Join Us in Fort Erie/Niagara for a 24 Hour Fire for Missing Aboriginal Woman – Tara Lanea Summers

 A News Release to NAL, Courtesy of Karl Dockstader

Posted May 9th, 2017 on Niagara At Large

Tara Lanea Summers – Wishing her safe return home

Fort Erie, Ontario The public is invited to come to the lighting of a 24 hour fire starting at the 6am sunrise on Wednesday, May 10th, at the grove next to the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre on 796 Buffalo Road in Fort Erie to raise awareness for Tara Lanea Summers.

The thirty-one year old female resides in the Town of Fort Erie, Ontario but travels to the Greater Toronto Area concerning employment at the Woodbine Race Track. Tara Summers was last seen by a friend in Toronto on April 27th, 2017.

Friends and family of the Summers family are inviting members of the Niagara community to visit the fire at any time over the 24 hour period from May 10th at sunrise until sunrise the following morning to help raise awareness and support the Summers family.

From the Niagara Regional Police Media Centre

Posted on Thursday May 04, 2017

  • On Thursday May 4th, 2017 Niagara Regional Police Service, in conjunction with Toronto Police Service became involved in a missing person investigation regarding Tara Lanea Summers. 
  • The thirty-one year old female resides in the town of Fort Erie, Ontario but travels to the Greater Toronto Area concerning employment at the Woodbine Race Track. Tara Summers was last seen by a friend in Toronto on April 27th, 2017
  • Tara is described as a thirty-one year old Aboriginal female. She is approximately 5’6″ tall, weighing one hundred and ten pounds and having a medium complexion. Additionally, she has short black hair. Tara Summers is also described as having a tattoo of “Elmo” on her lower middle back, pierced lip ring and piercings in both ears.  Although police are unsure of her clothing description she may be wearing black and white “hi-top” Nike shoes.
  • The NRPS and Summers Family remain concerned for her well-being.  Summers  routinely contacts her family and this behavior is uncharacteristic.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Niagara Regional Police at 905-688-4111, extension 2300 referencing incident 17-37507.

For more information on the ‘Fire for Tara’ gathering, click on – https://www.facebook.com/events/363710697356992/

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