There has been no word on suspects.
Leticia Marshall was last seen near Don Mills Road north of Eglinton Avenue on Saturday.
The woman crashed into a pole near Sheppard Avenue and Senlac Road around 12:20 a.m.
Police are looking for a white sedan with damage to the front right side.
Police said the pedestrian was hit first by an westbound vehicle and then by a car heading east.
Police say it's possible the driver of the van could be unaware the collision happened.
Police said Roshelle Sookram was located around 3 p.m. Saturday.
No charges have been laid. Video
The announcement came after allegations of videotaped drug use surfaced on Thursday.
No arrests have been made, Toronto police tell CityNews. (1)
A man was badly beaten near Yonge and Gerrard around 3 a.m.
Laura Babcock, 23, went missing from the Queen Street West and Roncesvalles Avenue area last June. Video
The man was located on the sidewalk in front of the Dragon City Mall in Chinatown on Friday. (5)
Here's a list of road closures for the May long weekend.
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