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Police have advised that they are hunting for two pieces of possibly blood-soaked bedding, missing from Sonia Varaschin’s house, which might have been used to dispose of her body.
They have asked the public to keep an eye out for a cream or beige-coloured fitted sheet and comforter, Ontario Provincial Police Det.-Sgt. Mark Pritchard told reporters Friday morning.
“Our investigation leads us to believe that it’s someone known to her or familiar to her; she may not necessarily know this person,” Pritchard said.
Taking the bedding suggests “there was a disposal of biological evidence or the bedding was a convenient way of concealing her body from their house.”
Pritchard asked the public to call investigators if they’ve noticed a significant behavioural change in family members or loved ones. “It’s quite apparent from our scene examination that the culprit who left the scene was covered in a significant amount of blood. The blood would be expected to be on both footwear and clothing,” he said. The public was also asked to give thought to unexplained or lengthy absences by someone they know.
Orangeville Police Chief Joseph Tomei read a statement issued from Varaschin’s family.
“She is a young, active, hardworking and caring individual who deserves the opportunity to continue to make a difference in this world and her community,” Tomei read. “We miss her dearly and are pleading for her safe return.”