Montreal is considered a relatively safe city, but like any other city in the world, bad things have happened here. From murders to missing people, Montreal has seen its fair share of disturbing events.

Since 2014, there have been twelve locals that have been reported missing and never recovered. It is up to us as fellow residents of this city to keep our eyes open for anything that could help bring these individuals home or to bring their families closure.  

All the information below comes directly from the SPVM website, where the police post all information about missing persons.

Anyone with information about this missing person can contact 911 or their local police station.

The SPVM encourages people to "not hesitate to share this information on social networks."


Donna Pare  

On March 26, 2019, Ms. Donna Pare was reported missing. Pare is homeless and was usually seen at Berri-UQAM and Place-des-arts metro stations.  

She stands at five feet one inch, has black hair and brown eyes. Investigators fear for her safety and health.  

Jeunesse au Soleil is offering up to two thousand dollars for any information regarding her disappearance.  

Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou  

I know a lot of Montreal locals were saddened when news broke a little over a year ago regarding a missing ten-year-old boy.  

Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou disappeared on March 12, 2018 in Cartierville after leaving his home to walk a few blocks towards his friend's house.  

We hope that Ariel is soon returned home, our thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family.  


Daniel Harvey

Daniel Harvey was last seen on December 28th, 2017 at noon around his home in the Hochelaga area. Harvey has not been seen since.

There is an obvious concern for his safety and well being.

He has a tattoo of a cat on his left arm and of Einstein on his right arm and he is five feet seven inches tall.  


Patrick Comeau

On November 13th, 2017, Patrick Comeau left the hospital and no one ever saw him or heard from him again.

Comeau has scars on his abdomen, right wrist, and left hand. Sadly, there is not more information regarding Comeau or his whereabouts the night he went missing.


Claude Lévesque

Montreal police are still seeking your help in locating Claude Levesque. Levesque has been missing since July 18th, 2017. He was last seen in the Mercier/ Hochelaga-Maisonneuve area.

Police say he was depressed and suicidal at the time of his disappearance.  


Giuseppe Falduto  

Giuseppe has been missing since June 30th, 2017. According to evidence and information received by the family, it is to believe at the time of his dissaperance his life was in danger.

Falduto was twenty-three years old at the time he went missing, he has brown hair and eyes and was last seen with his brother Vincenzo.


Vincenzo Falduto

Yeah, that is right, Giuseppe brother Vincenzo also went missing on June 30th, 2017.

He and his brother were both known to the SPVM. Vincenzo was thirty years of age when he went missing.

Like his brother, he has brown hair and brown eyes.


Giuseppe Renda

On May 4, 2012 at approximately 12:30 p.m. on rue Saint-Viateur O., Mr. Renda was last seen for the last time.

It is said that the Westmount local did not leave his house much in the months preceding his disappearance. Renda has a scar on his right ear and is five feet ten inches tall.


Matthew Kustra

On a crisp, fall night in September, Matthew Kustra was at a pub on rue Saint-Jacques in NDG with his friends. Around 10 p.m., he left the bar and told his friends he would be back in twenty minutes.

Kustra was never seen or heard from again. Although this incident happened in 2014, his friends and family are still looking for answers.


Arjun Patel

Patel has been missing since July 2, 2014 and is said to have possibly been around the Montreal Casino.

Police say that Arjun Patel needs medication and could seem unstable. He would have had money and both credit cards and debit cards on him. He has no scars or tattoos.


Sandra Mensah  

On March 9, 2014, Sandra Mensah left her Cartierville home around 9 p.m. with her friend Courage Agbezorlie. They were going to buy an opus card at Jean-Coutu on Boulevard Gouin.

The card was purchased at 9:47 p.m., and both Sandra and Courage went missing after that.

In May of 2014, Courage’s body was found near RDP in Montreal North however, there has been no trace of Sandra.

Mensah does not have a driver's license, nor was she known to be on medication. Her phone has been turned off since she left her home that night in March.  


How to help:

Anyone with information about this missing person can contact 911 or their local police station.

To transmit information anonymously, contact: 514 393-1133 

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