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‘She is in danger:’ Family of missing Ontario woman fears for her safety

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The family of a missing Barrie woman is pleading for help after the 26-year-old has not been since for more than 10 days. Autumn Shaganash, 26, was last seen the night of Friday, June 9, 2023, in Barrie, Ont., leaving her family’s home.

She was last heard from the following day. The family is urging anyone with information to come forward. “Action should be taken.

The sooner, the better because time is of the essence right now. Every day, every hour, something could be worse,” cousin Kimberly Moore told Global News.

A video shared with Global News shows Shaganash leaving her home shortly after 9 p.m. on Friday. Minutes later, she can be seen on surveillance video passing a nearby convenience store and crossing the street to meet someone.

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