A Regina man is missing after taking a trip to to visit a friend.
RCMP are asking for the public's help to find a young man with health issues missing from a hamlet east of Assiniboia.
Alexander Jack (A.J.) Scott Thompson was last seen walking in Readlyn around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The 19 year old has health concerns and his family is worried for his well being.
Thompson is Caucasian, about 5'9" and weighs around 170 lbs. He has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing all black clothing and a brown jacket.
Anyone with information on Thompson's whereabouts is asked to call Coronach RCMP at 306-267-1830.
Update: Saskatoon police were able to locate Dahntay Mantai on May 27. He was found safe and in good health.
Saskatoon police are looking for a missing 10-year-old boy.
Dahntay Mantai was last seen Sunday evening leaving his home in the 100 block of Avenue O South.
Police said his family believes he might be staying with friends but officers have not been able to find him.
An air search is set to launch in the search for a 17-year-old boy who disappeared from the Ochapowace First Nation on May 19th.
Kelly Allary was last seen walking on the reserve last Monday at 9 p.m. Since then, his community has been doing ground searches daily. The senior’s centre has become a make-shift ground control.
“I’m so proud of my people. We are the foundation of the community,” said Chief Margaret Bear. “The people always come together.”
Police in Broadview are looking for a 17-year-old boy who went missing from the Ochapowace First Nation early this week.
Kelly Allary was last seen walking on the reserve on Monday at 9 p.m. His family and community members did a ground search of the area but couldn’t find him.
Allary is aboriginal with dyed blonde hair and is about 5'9". He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweater, dark shorts and blue shoes.
Anyone who may know where Allary could be is asked to call Broadview RCMP at 306-696-5200.
The RCMP has gathered a snapshot of missing and murdered women in Saskatchewan and it’s not a pretty picture.
Saskatchewan has the highest rate of victimization of Aboriginal women of all of the provinces.
"It's obvious that it's disproportionate," said RCMP Assistant Commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr Wednesday. "Certainly full recognition of certain communities within the province of Saskatchewan where we still have a high victimization with regards to our women and you know law enforcement certainly has a role in that."
The human remains found near Melfort over the weekend are that of missing groom Gregory “Myles” MacIntosh, according to an autopsy.
The remains were found in the river near Wapiti Regional Park by marine researchers who let the Melfort RCMP know about their discovery.
Saskatoon Police are searching for a missing 13-year-old girl.
Kale Haiden Jimmy was supposed to return to her home in the Silverwood on May 13, but never arrived.
She is described as 5'3'' tall, 130 lbs, with long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a turquoise hoodie and black pants.
Police think Jimmy may be in the North Battleford area based on some information they recieved, but the girl has yet to be found.
The RCMP has stopped their search for missing Michael O’Keefe of Saskatoon.
The 80-year-old man was last seen near the Berry Barn last Wednesday around 3 p.m. Sgt. Warren Gherasim with the Warman RCMP said O’Keefe stopped at the Berry Barn for coffee. His last known conversation was with an employee when he was standing next to the South Saskatchewan River.
A body found in the river in the Melfort area could be a missing Saskatoon groom.
Myles MacIntosh, 28, fell through the ice of the South Saskatchewan river on Feb. 1 after being on a pub crawl for his bachelor party.
His fiancé's sister, Kara Kohle, told News Talk Radio that her family was contacted by the RCMP on Sunday and officers said "that they believe it was Myles who they found in the river."