A 79 year old man hasn't been seen at his residence since early July but was spotted on Tuesday at the Regina Food Bank, now the Regina Police Service is asking for the public's help to find him.
Harry Iwanyk is described as a white, but tanned, man with short, curly, grey hair. He is about 4' 10" and 150 lbs. Those who know him said he often wears several layers of clothing.
Police are asking for assistance to locate a missing teenager.
The last known sighting of 16-year-old Jerome Davis Harris was on August 4 on the Big River First Nation, but RCMP think he may be in the Prince Albert area.
Harris is described as First Nations, five-feet-six-inches tall, 135 pounds, with a small mole on his upper right lip.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Spiritwood RCMP at 306-883-4210.
continues to treat the mysterious death of a Newfoundland woman living in rural
Saskatchewan as a high priority as the case reaches its one year
Last August, Carol King disappeared after leaving her farm north of Herschel. Her body was found later that month on a nearby farm.
To this day, no charges have been laid in connection to her death, which RCMP are investigating as a homicide.
"We can't really talk about the details of the investigation," said Cst. Rob King.
A young girl from the Fort Qu'Appelle area is missing.
Kayla Wolfe and another girl went missing from the Katepwa Provincial Park almost one month ago.
The other girl has been found.
RCMP said Wolfe was seen in Regina.
They just haven't caught up to her yet.
Wolfe is described as Aboriginal with brown hair, brown eyes, and is about 4-foot-11.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call Crimestoppers.
Edited by CJME's David Fraser
A 74 year old man is missing from the Piapot First Nation North of Regina.
Albert Clarence Kasiwatum was last seen at the Centennial Bingo on 2nd Avenue Wednesday afternoon.
The Regina Police Service said there are indiciations he may have tried to walk the many miles back to reserve, and think he may be in Regina, or just North of the city.
Saskatoon police are looking for the public's help in finding 19-year-old Chantelle Isbister.
She left La Ronge on June 30, saying she was going to visit a friend in Saskatoon.
Her family has spoken to her once since that time, however they are concerned for her safety and believe she is involved in a high-risk lifestyle. Police have been unable to locate her.
Isbister is described as five-feet-one-inch tall, 100 pounds with a slim build, shoulder length dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Update July 24: Oscar Ronald Gonick has been found.
Saskatoon police are searching for a missing 67-year-old man after he was last seen on July 15 at his residence in the 200 block of Avenue M South.
Oscar Ronald Gonick has not contacted his family and friends since that time and police say they are concerned for his well-being.
Police say Gonick may be driving his vehicle, which is described as a four-door 2011, blue Toyota Corolla. The Saskatchewan license plate is 905 EJL.
RCMP officers are looking for a missing British Columbia woman who may be in Saskatoon or Calgary.
Yang Bai, who also goes by the name Karen Bai, was last seen by her family members on May 31, said police in a news release.
The 26-year-old is described as Asian, 5-foot-8 inches tall, 130 pounds, and has long brown hair and eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300, Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
After seven months of searching, the sister of a missing University of
Saskatchewan student still doesn't know what happened to her
Hamza Alsharief, 23, was last seen Dec. 14. Since then, not much is known about what happened to the chemical engineering student from Saudi Arabia.
"We're so close, and all of Hamza's family still needs to see him soon," said Laila Alsharief, who lives in Ontario and is the only family member Hamza has in Canada.
A hiker from Meadow Lake spent a harrowing night alone in the bush this weekend.
35-year-old Joel Gerrard was hiking near Little Raspberry lake about 60 kilometers north of Meadow Lake on Saturday when he got lost. After getting disoriented, Gerrard found himself way further from his campsite than he thought he was.
Luckily, he stumbled across a snowmobile warm-up shack before nightfall.