4 people who went missing in Montreal in 2019 still have not been found.\nIn some cases, police fear for their safety.\nThe SPVM encourages Montrealers to share descriptions of the individuals.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nDespite its reputation as one of the safest cities on the continent, Montreal is, unfortunately, not immune to tragedy. From murders to missing people, the city has seen its fair share of disturbing events. And, in 2019, 4 people who were reported missing have still not been found.\nIn some cases, police fear for the individuals' safety.\nIt is up to fellow residents of this city to keep our eyes open for anything that could help bring these individuals home and their families closure.\nAll the information below comes directly from the SPVM website, where the police post all information about missing persons.\nAnyone with information about this missing person can contact 911 or their local police station.\nAnonymous tips are also welcome at Info-Crime at 514 393-1133.\nAny little bit of information can help police locate these residents.\nThe SPVM encourages people to "not hesitate to share this information on social networks."\nClaude Brossoit\nSPVM\nClaude Brossoit was last seen on December 1, 2019, at approximately 8 p.m.\nThe 75-year-old was last seen at the center where he lives.\nInvestigators have reason to fear for his safety, according to the SPVM.\nBrossoit is 5 feet 8 inches and has grey hair. The man was last seen wearing blue pyjamas.\nContact the SPVM here.\nEster Mansuy\nSPVM\nThe 29-year-old girl has been missing since November 28, 2019. Friends and family have received no news since her disappearance.\nEster was last seen in the Montréal-Nord area. She was wearing a black midi coat with fur on the hood.\nMs. Mansuy stands at 5 feet 5 inches and has black hair and brown eyes.\nContact the SPVM here.\nLara Parkin\nSPVM\nLara Parkin is a 26-year-old woman who was last seen on November 16, 2019, in the Sud-Ouest borough.\nPolice believe she could be in a park or the downtown area and have reason to fear for her safety and well being.\nParkin is 5 feet 7 inches tall, has green eyes and a pierced tongue. She also has a visible scar on her forehead.\nContact the SPVM here.\nDonna Paré\nSPVM\nOn March 26, 2019, Donna Paré was reported missing. Paré is homeless and was usually found at Berri-UQAM and Place-des-Arts metro stations, McDonald's on Ste-Catherine Est, and in Berri Park, according to the police.\nShe is five feet one inch, has black hair and brown eyes. Investigators fear for her safety and health.\n"Jeunesse au Soleil" is offering up to $2,000 for any information regarding her disappearance.\nContact the SPVM here.