|Date Of Disappearance :||June 13, 2009|
|Location Of Disappearance :||Toronto, Ontario|
|Age At Disappearance :||32 years|
|Height (estimate) :||155 cm (5’1”)|
|Weight (estimate) :||59 kg (130 lbs)|
|Hair Colour :||Black – dyed, worn long and straight|
|Eye Colour :||Brown|
|Aliases :||CAKIR, Hatice
|Dental Information :||Unknown|
|Medical Information :||Unknown|
|Notable Identifiers :||
Cheek – scar
Build – medium
Shirt – white dress shirt
Footwear – black high heels
|Other Personal Items :||Unknown|
|Additional Information :||
At the time of her disappearance, Hatice was engaged to Riza Cosa. Riza was living and working in New York during their courtship. Hatice was last seen leaving her Toronto home. She was planning to drive to New York to visit Riza. Border records show that Hatice crossed into New York on June 15th, 2009.
Despite numerous attempts, Hatice’s family was unable to reach her by phone. This was very unusual as Hatice spoke with her family daily during previous trips to visit Riza. Eventually, members of the Corbacioglu family did speak with Riza. According to Riza, Hatice may have returned to Canada, went to visit his family in Turkey or went to visit a friend in Saudi Arabia.
During this time, Riza’s wife, Winsome Angela Perez was missing as well. On May 10, 2010, an unidentified female body was found on the property of a steel supply company that Riza had worked at. Two days later, the body was identified to be that of Riza’s wife, Winsome.
By the time he was named as a suspect in his wife’s death, Riza had already fled to his native Turkey. He left New York at the end of 2009. According to reports, Riza committed suicide in May 2010, just after his wife’s body was found.
Hatice’s car was found abandoned at John F. Kennedy Airport after her fiance fled the U.S.A. Hatice has not accessed her cell phone or bank accounts since her disappearance.
Police believe that Hatice is the victim of foul play.
|Case Reference :||TPS 2009-3524224 – NCMPUR 2014005298|
|Source Links :||
National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains
|Last Modified :||July 30, 2019|