Police set up command post outside missing person's home

The search for a woman who walked out of her home and vanished two months ago, has brought police investigators right back to her house this morning.

But, now they have covered the windows, and have set up a command post out front on d'Anvers Street near Bloomfield in Parc Extension.

Additional SPVM officers just arrived to 34-year-old Josian Arguin's house. She went missing on September 1. Police staying tight lipped, not saying what brought them back here. OPP sent K-9 Units to help with SPVM's investigation. Drills can be heard in the backyard. #CJAD800 pic.twitter.com/r6pUfWNune

— Saif Kaisar (@StaySaif) November 1, 2018

Forensic investigators dug holes in the woman`s back yard.

Meanwhile, Ontario Provincial Police deployed two canine units who searched the area on and off for several hours.

OPP canine unit just went in. Unclear what if anything has been found. SPVM saying this is still a missing persons case #CJAD800 pic.twitter.com/2KpJIuPrfk

— Matt Gilmour (@MGilmourMTL) November 1, 2018

It is unclear what the officers are looking for or if they discovered any evidence that would help them in finding Arguin. Forensics teams searched the vehicle parked at her home, then placed several items found in the vehicle into bags.

Forensics are now looking at the car parked at Josiane Arguin's house. They're taking pictures of the front and back seats and the car doors. #CJAD800 pic.twitter.com/639s15Ma1R

— Saif Kaisar (@StaySaif) November 1, 2018

Police would not say whether they are looking for clues or a body. They did confirm they are still treating it as a missing persons case.

34 year old Josiane Arguin was reported missing by family members September 1.

Read the original missing person report here: