Search finds no trace of missing Toronto woman

Last Updated: Thursday, October 15, 2009 | 10:09 AM ET
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A missing person poster shows Christina Calayca, who was last seen jogging near Rainbow Falls Provincial Park on the north shore of Lake Superior.A missing person poster shows Christina Calayca, who was last seen jogging near Rainbow Falls Provincial Park on the north shore of Lake Superior. (Canadian Press)

Ontario Provincial Police returned to a park east of Thunder Bay where a Toronto woman missing for two years was last seen, but failed to turn up new evidence.

Christina Calayca was 20 years old when she disappeared while out for a morning run on Aug. 6, 200,7 in Rainbow Falls Provincial Park, about 180 kilometres east of Thunder Bay.

An OPP emergency response team combed a section of park on Wednesday based on information from a search conducted last month by a private search expert hired by her family.

During last month's search, a dog trained to find the scent of human remains had shown some interest in an area around the Whitesand River.

But the OPP investigators, using two dogs, failed to turn up any sign of Calayca.

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