Mon. Jan 17th, 2022

Raheem White, 26, was last seen Dec. 1 near Osler Street and Pelham Avenue.

It’s been four days since resident Raheem White in west Toronto disappeared without a trace, and those who know and love him are worried about getting sick.

White, who is 26, was last seen on Wednesday, December 1 at. 15.00 near Osler Street and Pelham Avenue, located west of Symington Avenue between Dupont Street and Davenport Road.

He is described as six feet and 190 pounds, with brown eyes, an athletic build, brown hair in dreadlocks and tattoos of a palm tree on his left bicep and a rose on his shoulder.

White was last seen wearing a black jacket, black pants and an orange toque and with a black backpack.

Toronto police are concerned about his safety.

Since White’s disappearance, dozens of friends and acquaintances have been looking for him throughout GTA.

Many have also gone on social media to see if anyone has information on where he is.

White, who grew up in Brampton but most recently lived near Christie Pits, is a well-known local DJ who has played at a lot of clubs, local art events and in radio shows. He likes to skateboard and cycle, and is also into fashion and cooking.

Close friend Christian Evans filed a disappearance report.

“Raheem, who disappears, is completely out of character. He’s the most stable, reliable guy I know, ”said Evans, who does not believe his friend was in any kind of outrageous situation.

“Many friends search all over town, at all times of the day and night to try to find him.”

Evans said everyone is particularly concerned as White’s van was parked in a Green parking lot near Lake Shore Boulevard West and Ellis Avenue. He had left his purse and keys in the car.

White’s mother, Rose Johnson, who is currently in Jamaica, appealed to the public to help find her eldest son.

“We need Raheem safe home. We pray and anticipate his safe return,” she wrote in an email to

“His friends are up all night looking for him. His girlfriend is so upset. His young brothers are asking what’s going on.”

Johnson said the last time she spoke on the phone with her son was Nov. 29, when he called to wish his father a happy birthday.

“He seemed so excited. He was talking about his new business, and he was looking forward to a new chapter in his life,” White’s mother said, adding that the pandemic and hard work her son has done “may have been a big deal”. pressure for him. “

Johnson said her son’s disappearance is particularly harsh as her birthday was December 2, and for the first time ever, they could not celebrate together in person.

“I have never spent a birthday in 26 years without my son. So many things go through my head. Where is Raheem? It’s not like him, so considerate, always a cool guy. “

Anyone with information please contact police at 416-808-1400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477) or online at


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