Karima Baloch’s death has been declared ‘non-criminal’ by Canadian Police after investigations.
The Baloch right activist was found dead in Toronto, Canada on Monday night.
, went missing on Sunday. She had campaigned extensively against disappearances and human rights violations in Balochistan.
The Toronto Police Service on Tuesday said that it was aware of “heightened community and media interest” surrounding the investigation of Karima Baloch’s death.
“Earlier today, we confirmed a 37-year-old woman was sadly located deceased on Monday, December 21, 2020.
“The circumstances have been investigated and officers have determined this to be a non-criminal death and no foul play is suspected,” the police said in a statement on Twitter.
The circumstances have been investigated and officers have determined this to be a non-criminal death and no foul play is suspected.— Toronto Police (@TorontoPolice) December 23, 2020
We have updated the family.
Toronto Police in a statement on Monday said that Karima Baloch was last seen in the Bay Street and Queens Quay West area on Sunday.
MISSING WOMAN:— Toronto Police Operations (@TPSOperations) December 21, 2020
Karima Mehrab, 37
– she has been located#GO2394980