Police in Regina are still trying to identify a body found in a house on Cameron Street on Friday.
They now know they are trying to identify a female, but they don't yet have an age for her.
An autopsy will be done to help police get some of the answers they need.
A 19-year-old man is recovering in St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon after he was shot in the shoulder over the weekend.
Saskatoon police say it happened around 4 a.m. on Saturday morning. The man told police he was walking near Avenue I and 19th Street West when a man came up from behind him.
The stranger asked the 19 year old for cash and then shot him with a rifle before running away. The victim called a friend for a ride to the hospital.
Regina police are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found on Friday night.
Around 9:00 p.m. Friday, police were called to a house on the 1100 block of Cameron Street. They found a body there and because it is unexplained, at this point they are treating it as a suspicious death.
They also haven’t been able to figure out the age, gender or identity of the body. Police are working with the coroner’s office to determine who the person is and how he or she died.
RCMP in Pontiex got a little more than they bargained while responding to a break and enter call, busting a marijuana grow operation instead.
On Friday officers went to check out a home that has been empty for an entire year and found a small, but well established grow operation.
Between the pot plants found, and the equipment seized the value of the drug seizure was about $25,000.
Regina police are looking for help from the public to find a man, whose family is worried he might be in trouble.
Matteo Toscano was last seen on Wednesday leaving his house on Reynolds Street south of Broadway Avenue. His family says he might be wearing a dark blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, black shoes, and a grey Nike toque.
Toscano is caucasian, weighs about 180 pounds and is 6’5.” The 39-year-old has brown hair and a moustache.
Anyone who might know where he is can call the Regina Police Service at 777-6500.
A Saskatoon man whose body was found on Wednesday near the riverbank in Saskatoon likely died of hypothermia, according to an autopsy.
Based on the scene in the 500 block of Adilman Drive, the Office of the Chief Coroner determined the cause of death is hypothermia, pending toxicology and microscopic examinations.
The body was found Wednesday afternoon by a passerby.
There is no evidence to suggest foul play was involved in the death of the 36-year-old man, according to Saskatoon police.
Police are looking for a man accused of attempted robbery with violence in Saskatoon.
It happened at a gas station in the 1100 block of Idylwyld Drive North on Friday morning around 8 a.m.
An employee, who told police he doesn’t know the suspect, said an armed man came into the gas station and demanded cash. The man allegedly assaulted the employee, causing minor injuries to his head and hand.
The suspect took off and headed southbound down an alley between Idylwyld Drive North and Avenue B.
RCMP say foul play was not a factor in the death of a man from northern Saskatchewan.
Darcy Merasty, 38, from Sandy Bay was found dead on Dec. 7 in town near where he was last seen alive.
He was reported missing the day before by his family, but was last seen by friends on Tuesday night.
An autopsy was completed on the body and based on the results, RCMP say his death is not suspicious in nature.
Understanding what happened in Connecticut, where a shooting at an elementary school has left dozens dead, will take some time. News that dozens died elicited initial reactions of anger and disgust as well as love and prayers from people in Regina on Twitter.