WOODSTOCK, Ont. — Police have searched two homes in Calgary as the search continues for Tori Stafford, an eight-year-old girl abducted in Woodstock, Ont., on April 8.
Officers did not confirm the search but Tori’s mother, Tara McDonald, says the Calgary homes of her brother and his mother were searched.
John Jacklin, who stood by his sister ever since Tori went missing, had flown back home to Calgary on Monday evening.
Oxford Community Police Const. Laurie-Anne Maitland says she didn’t know if anything was seized from either of the homes.
On Wednesday, McDonald said police had seized computers Tori had access to, to see if she had received any suspicious emails prior to her disappearance.
A $50,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever abducted Tori.
The Grade 3 student has not been seen since leaving her school with a mystery woman wearing a puffy white coat.