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Nine years since Tamra Keepness disappeared in Regina

Friday marks the 9th anniversary of the disappearance of Tamra Keepness, and Regina Police Service is still looking for any clues as to her whereabouts.

Keepness is believed to have gone missing from her home on Ottawa Street in Regina on July 5th, 2004. After nine years of searching and over 1,700 tips, police have still not turned up any leads on her whereabouts.

“Obviously the right tip hasn’t come in with the information of where she is to bring some closure to the family and the community,” said Sergeant Tim Seiferling, lead investigator on the case.

Regina police looking for violent offender Mitchell Sasakamoose

 A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a man with a history of violence who moved to Regina in early June.

The Regina Police Service previously warned the public about Mitchell Lawrence Sasakamoose on June 6 after he moved to Regina.  Now, police say Sasakamoose who is on parole for prior violent offences failed to return to his residence east of the city's downtown on the night of July 3.

Saskatoon Police continue search for Karina Wolfe

Saskatoon Police Service continues to ask the public for information on the whereabouts of Karina Beth Ann Wolfe.

Today marks the third anniversary since she went missing, Wolfe would now be 23 years old.

UPDATE: Eight year old girl goes missing in Regina

UPDATE: As of 3:00PM Friday, Shaylee has been located by Regina police. She is now safe and sound back home.

 

An eight year old girl has gone missing in Regina.

Shaylee McNabb was last seen Wednesday at around 8:00PM. Police say she told a family member she was going to a unnamed friend's house, and never came back home.

Police don't think she's in any harm, but because of her age, she is vulnerable.

She's described as aboriginal, five feet tall, about 62 pounds with shoulder-length brown hair and brown eyes.

UPDATE: Chynne Harley Kahnapace located in Regina

Regina Police are thanking the public for help find a 37-year-old man who hadn’t been seen since Saturday.

Chynne Harley Kahnapace is known to have health issues that require medication. Police were concerned for his safety because they don’t believe he has had access to medication since June 22.

UPDATE: 14-year-old girl found in Regina

A Regina teenager has been located after going missing for the second time this month.
 
The Regina Police Service said Brianna Ariene Walker, 14, hasn't been seen since 8:45 p.m. Saturday night, at her home on the 100 block of McIntosh Street, and put out a call for help from the public Monday.

Shortly after 5 p.m., the police tweeted she had been located.

 

Regina police need help in locating missing boy

A 12-year-old boy is missing in Regina and police are looking for your help in finding him.

Rueban Jacob Nahbexie was last seen Tuesday evening around 8 p.m. He was riding his bike with two of his friends in the area of Trifunov Bay, but he didn't make it back home.

He's aboriginal, about five-foot-seven with a heavy build, about 205 pounds, with straight black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a black t-shirt, black shorts, and red and black "skater" shoes with white skulls on the back of the ankle.

UPDATE: Missing Regina teenager found

A Regina teenager who went missing twice in one week has been found and is home safe.

  14-year-old Jasmine Kaye was first considered missing Monday but shortly after police started looking for her, she was found.

Kaye was found late Tuesday night walking along a residential street in north central.

Police ask public to watch for missing man

Saskatoon police are asking people to be on the lookout for a missing person.

Mathias Lumberjack, 23 has been missing since Sunday.  He was last seen that day on the 1300 block of Broadway Avenue at around 9 p.m..

Lumberjack is described as an aboriginal male with short black hair, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing between 180 and 200 pounds.

He was last seen wearing a black jacket and a green or yellow shirt.

UPDATE: Police locate missing Saskatoon man

Police have located a missing Saskatoon man.

Brandon David Boss was last seen leaving the downtown Saskatoon Police station on June 14 at around 6 p.m. but was found Sunday.

His family was concerned because it was uncharacteristic for him to go missing and police said he may be suffering from mental health issues.

In a Facebook post set up by a family friend it said that "he called his sister to pick him up, but by the time she got there, he was gone."

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