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OPP investigating case of Sudbury woman who hasn’t been seen since Aug. 8

Police, friends and family members are concerned for Angela Dupuis’ well-being
Angela Dupuis.

The OPP are investigating the case of a missing woman from Sudbury who hasn’t been seen since this summer.

Sudbury woman Angela Monique Marie Dupuis, 36, was last seen Aug. 8 in the City of Barrie. Police say she has ties in the City of Greater Sudbury area.

The Nipissing West (Noelville) detachment of the OPP, with the assistance of the Nipissing West OPP Crime Unit, began investigating her case Nov. 15. 

Police and family members are concerned for her well-being and are asking for the public's assistance to help locate her.

Dupuis is an Indigenous woman, standing 5-5 and weighing 110 pounds with a medium build, dyed blonde hair and brown eyes. She can be identified as well by several tattoos and piercings, including two stars and the word ‘MEL’ are tattooed on the left side of her neck, a heart near her left ear, the letter ‘D’ near her right ear, and two roses on the back of her neck. Dupuis also has piercings in her right eyebrow and left cheek.

Anyone with information regarding the woman’s location should immediately contact any OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122 or if you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or submit information online at where you may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.