MONTREAL -- Erin Gray and her two children were found safe and sound in Ontario a week after disappearing, Chateauguay, Que. police confirmed late Saturday.
Family and friends were concerned after Gray and her children disappeared last Sunday without notifying anybody.
The authorities refused to tell the public the exact location of Gray and the two children. A police statement said that “she didn’t commit a criminal act, and we must protect the private life of Mrs. Gray.”
Last Sunday, Gray was seen playing with her children outside her Chateauguay home by a neighbour who told QMI Agency that everything seemed normal. Until Sunday’s announcement that the three have been found, that was the last that anyone had seen of Gray, 33 or her children, Rachel Kaya Beckles, 11, and Robert Jr. Clarke, 5,. Gray’s family says that when they checked on Gray’s place last Sunday, dinner was still on the table.
Gray's sister Ashley spoke with QMI Agency on Sunday morning, telling them that she was "relieved, and very happy. But I now have a little bit more questions as to why she left."
Ashely Gray said she knows that her sister is "in Toronto, but I don't know what place and where.
"My first feeling is relief and happiness, and my second feeling is why? I'm still a little bit worried as to why she left."