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."
The RCMP has now taken over the missing person investigation after an 80-year-old man was last seen near the Berry Barn south of Saskatoon.
A search and rescue team is looking for Michael O’Keefe who was last seen in that area around 3 p.m. Wednesday. The ground and air search is focusing near the Berry Barn after some of O’Keefe’s personal belongings were found near the South Saskatchewan River Thursday.
Saskatoon police are hoping the
public can help them find a missing 80-year-old man.
Michael Joseph O'Keefe was last seen at a restaurant south of Saskatoon on Valley Road around 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Police found some of his things suggesting he was near the river and members of the RCMP, SPS Public Safety Unit and Air Support Unit, along with Saskatoon Search and Rescue and STARS, are coordinating a search of the river and surrounding area.
The RCMP are looking for two girls from a small town in Alberta who were allegedly taken away by their mother who is not their legal guardian.
The Mounties were called to an elementary school on Monday in the hamlet of Brandt near Vulcan Alberta after two sisters Telisha and Taya Meisel went missing. Brandt is about 96 kilometers southeast of Calgary.
Their stories ended in tragedy, but the alleged murders of two Regina women are only two of the 140 women who are believed to be missing or murdered in southern Saskatchewan.
On Friday, 32-year-old Clayton Eichler was charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Kelly Goforth and Richele Bear.
Richele Bear was lured into a lifestyle of drugs and used as a prostitute by people who made it sound good.
The day before Regina police laid murder charges in the death of the 23-year-old Regina woman, her mother Michele took a walk to the house where she was last seen alive. She told News Talk Radio about her daughter’s life before she went missing.
A Regina man, previously charged in the death of a Regina woman, is now facing two charges of first degree murder in the deaths of two women.
On Friday morning, Regina police released news that Clayton Bo Eichler is facing charges of first degree murder in the deaths of Kelly Nicole Goforth and Richele Lee Bear.
Bear, 23, has been missing since August 2013 when she was last seen at a home on Retallack Street. Bear was reported missing to Regina police on Sept. 5.
UPDATE: As of 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, Maria Rain Sylvestre has been found safe according to Saskatoon Police.
Saskatoon Police want the public's help to a missing 13-year-old girl.
Maria Rain Sylvestre was reported missing on May 5 and was last seen when she left her home in the 100 block of Davidson Crescent around 5 p.m., May 2.
She's described as 5'6", 120 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a grey hoodie, black jeans and a black backpack.
Regina police are looking for a 12-year-old girl who has gone missing for the second time in two days.
In a release sent out Tuesday morning, police said Shaylena Marie Kay left her caregivers around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. The home is on the 2900 block of 26th Avenue in the south end of Regina. She had run away from her caregivers on Monday and was subsequently found.
Police said there was no indication that Kay was hurt, but they want to find her to make sure she stays safe.