APD continues to search for missing woman | KOB 4

APD continues to search for missing woman

Justine Lopez
September 22, 2019 05:01 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— APD detectives are asking for help to locate Chamisa Toya.


Toya, 37, is 5’7” and 175 lbs.

APD was initially investigating Toya's disappearance as a kidnapping after Toya's boyfriend, James Metts, described an unknown man in a white Ford F-150 putting Toya into a headlock and driving away early Saturday.

New security footage shows the driver of the truck letting Toya out down the street near the 7-Eleven on Kathryn and San Mateo.

While Toya is no longer considered a kidnapping victim, she is still missing.

Anyone that knows of Toya’s whereabouts is asked to contact police at 505-242-2677.


Justine Lopez

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