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Police to provide update in case of missing Johnstown woman last seen in Dec.

by WJAC staff

Jilly Todaro (JPD)
Jilly Todaro (JPD)
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JOHNSTOWN, Pa (WJAC) — Johnstown police are providing an update Thursday in the missing persons case of Jilly Todaro.

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Police say Todaro was last seen on the morning of Dec. 12th.

In late December, police searched Todaro's Johnstown apartment, which investigators say she reportedly shared with her boyfriend Brian Giles.

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Giles is currently being housed at the Cambria County Prison for reportedly assaulting Todaro in a physical altercation that occurred a couple days before her disappearance.

6 News asked Giles at his preliminary hearing if he knew where Todaro was, in which he responded, "she was alive when I went to jail.”

Thursday's press conference is scheduled for 9 a.m.

Anyone with information regarding Todaro’s whereabouts is asked to contact Johnstown police.                                                                                     SEE PICTURE  CLICK GRAY BAR      ;    https://wjactv.com/news/local/police-to-provide-update-in-case-of-missing-johnstown-woman-last-seen-in-dec


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Police ask public to help find missing Johnstown woman’s family

by: Alexis Loya

Posted:  / Updated: 
Jilly Todaro

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Police are asking anyone with information regarding the missing persons case to contact them.

Detective Sergeant Cory Adams of the Johnstown Police Department is asking for the public to help them find 43-year-old Jilly Todaro’s family. He believes they are key to cracking the case.

Todaro has been missing since Dec. 13, 2020, and the case has been ongoing since Dec. 18. She was last seen at the 500 block of Franklin Street.

“A lot of time people have answers they don’t know are actual answers,” Adams said in terms of any updated information.

Her family may be able to help police learn a little bit more about Todaro and her possible whereabouts.

Given that she’s been missing for so long, Adams said they are preparing for the worst but hope for the best.

Adams said to call the Cambria non-emergency number at 814-472-2100 and say you’d like to speak to Johnstown police detectives to give any information you may have.                                                                                               SEE VIDEO REPORTS       ;    https://www.wearecentralpa.com/news/local-news/live-police-provide-update-on-johnstown-missing-persons-case/

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