Toronto Police Searching For a Man Who Boarded Plane after Disappearing From a Mental Facility

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The Toronto police have confirmed that a man who is believed to have disappeared from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) earlier this month had fled the country.

Zhebin Cong, 47, who had reportedly been missing since July 3, was last seen in the Queen Street West and Ossington Avenue area around 4 p.m. that same day.

The police said Tuesday that Cong has left the country and that he boarded an international flight on the same day he was reported missing.

Cong was previously charged with first-degree murder, but was found not criminally responsible for the stabbing death of a man in September 2014.

Police said they are working with international law enforcement agencies to try and locate Cong and described their investigation as “ongoing.”

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