Morgan Stanley’s Abbott Missing as Toronto Police Extend SearchDoug Alexander and Michael J. Moore
Toronto police are searching for Murray Abbott, a Morgan Stanley wealth-management employee who’s been missing for more than a week.
Morgan Stanley is cooperating with the investigation, Jim Wiggins, a spokesman for the New York-based bank, said Monday. Abbott, 36, was last heard from on April 25 at 10:30 p.m. near Queen Street East and Leuty Avenue in the eastern part of the city, the Toronto Police Service said in an April 28 statement.
Abbott, described as white, 6-foot-1 with a stocky build and brown receding hair, is known to frequent Toronto’s Beaches neighborhood, according to police, who said they’re concerned for his safety.
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