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Community Support Grows for Missing Brantford Woman: Search Efforts Mobilized



Community Support Grows For Missing Brantford Woman: Search Efforts Mobilized

An outpouring of community support has emerged to aid in the search for 44-year-old Eugenia Da Silva, who went missing from Brantford, Ontario. Da Silva, also known as Jenny, was last seen leaving her workplace, Brock and Visser Funeral Home in Woodstock, on Friday afternoon.

Since the news of her disappearance, friends and family have rallied together in a concerted effort to locate Da Silva. Her sister Leana Da Silva, who flew in from California upon hearing the news, expressed gratitude for the overwhelming community support and solidarity.

Worried about the sudden disappearance, Leana shared that her sister’s last known location was in the Burford or Cathcart area, pinged through her cellphone during a text to her daughter. This area marks Da Silva’s usual route home to Brantford from Woodstock, along Highway 53.

A Facebook group named Bring Eugenia (Jenny) Da Silva Home has been set up by concerned friends, with more than 3,100 members joining within a day. The group has organized mobile canvassing across 13 zones, including London, Cambridge, Haldimand-Norfolk, Hamilton, St. Catharines, and the Niagara region, urging participants to search public areas for Da Silva’s black 2009 Audi A6.

The community search efforts intensify as concerns rise over Da Silva’s disappearance, given her responsibilities as a wife and mother of two daughters. Friends and family appeal for any information on her whereabouts, urging the public to contact Brantford Police or provide anonymous tips to Brant-Brantford Crime Stoppers.

Rachel Adams

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