Regina police are hoping a someone will report seeing a 12-year-old girl they have yet to locate.
Kayla Monique Wolfe did not return home. She was reported missing on Wednesday.
Police believe she is still in Regina. They don't have reason to believe she is in danger, but want to find her because of her age.
She was last seen at about 8:30 a.m. in the 100 block of Toronto Street. She was wearing a black hooded jacket with fur trim, black leggings and brown boots.
A family in Moose Jaw say they can't grieve until they know what happened.
Dylan Koshman disappeared from Edmonton more than three years, but his name arrived in the House of Commons on Wednesday when his mother Melanie Alix renewed the push for a missing persons DNA database, through a petition delivered by her local MP Ray Boughen.
Unlike the US, Canada doesn't have a federal registry for that.
"Is he lying in a rural area? Is he in somebody's morgue, or even cemetery? An unmarked grave? There's lots of them," asked Alix.
A search for Brandy Wesaquate resumes Saturday morning, the second in a week.
Police and Regina Search and Rescue will gather at 9 a.m. at St Luke Alternate School on Elphinstone Street.
President Joe Topuschak of Search and Rescue Regina explained they're clearing up some areas they weren't previously able to make it to, with nine ground searchers also going door-to-door.
"When we go door-to-door we're just chekcing yards to make sure that she maybe didn't go through somebody's yard, or there may be some evidence in a yard or some clues there," said Topuschak.
Blaine Lake RCMP have requested the public's help to find missing 31-year-old Rose Brass, a care home resident which she was seen leaving around noon on Friday.
Brass is described as aboriginal, standing about five foot six and weighing 160 pounds with short dark hair, brown eyes and a pierced lip.
She was last seen at Gas Plus in Blaine Lake wearing blue jeans and a red and grey jacket.
Anyone with information as to Brass' whereabouts is asked to contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Jared Knoll.
News Talk Radio is finding out more about a missing University of Saskatchewan student who disappeared on Dec. 14, 2011.
Lawyer for the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Ottawa, Gar Knutson, says 23-year-old Hamza Alsharief is in his third year of chemical engineering, on a scholarship from Saudi Arabia.
On Monday, Regina police and volunteer launched a ground search for missing 28-year-old Brandy Wesaquate.
The orange clad volunteers felt around in snowbanks and checked down alleyways in Regina's North Central neighbourhood.
It's been 23 days since Wesaquate was last seen, leaving a New Year’s Eve party on Rae Street.
“They’re looking for any sign of a disturbance to an out building where a person might have decided to shelter,” explained Elizabeth Popowich with Regina Police.
Saskatoon police have asked for the public's help to find two misisng teenagers.
Mailen Rhode, 17, was last seen Jan. 9 on the 100 block of 3rd Avenue north.
Police know he has had contact with family members since then, but they haven't been able to confirm his safety.
They are also seeking 15-year-old girl Cheyenne Antoine, who didn't return to her home in the 100 block of Rao Crescent on Dec. 16.
They do not have a photograph of Antoine.
Police ask anyone with relevant information to call them or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Over 100 Saskatoon sex trade workers have submitted personal information to the high-risk homicide registry, a database that will help authorities identify them if they go missing or turn up dead.
Don Miekle with Egadz Youth Centre in Saskatoon says the program aims to put names and faces to murdered sex trade workers.
The registry, in which applicants are asked to disclose a variety of intimate detail including drug use, scars, tattoos and broken bones, is already being used.
The Saudi Arabian Embassy is now involved in the case of missing 23-year-old Hamza Alsharief, a University of Saskatchewan student from Saudi Arabia.
Alsharief is a chemical engineering student who was reported missing Dec. 14, 2011.
Constable Tisha Rae Stonehouse of the Saskatoon police has confirmed that the authorities have been in contact with members of the Saudi Arabian Embassy.
But according to a news article in the Saudi Gazette embassy members, along with police, have searched Alsharief's credit cards, cell phone and laptop.
Regina police are continuing to ask for the public's help in searching for 28-year-old missing Regina woman Brandy Rene Wesaquate, who has been missing since Jan. 1.
She's described as aboriginal, standing five foot 10 and weighing about 180 pounds with blonde hair and brown eyes.
Wesaquate was last seen wearing faded jeans with a white Adidas zip-up hooded jacket and white shoes.
Anyone with information as to her whereabouts is asked to call the police or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-222-8477.