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Family hopeful in search for missing Regina woman Kimberley Cruickshank

A family's nightmare continues as a mother and sister desperately search for Kimberley Cruickshank.

It has been two weeks since anyone has seen the missing 27-year-old Regina woman. Her sister, Kristen said that she knew something was wrong right away.

"My sister and I stay in contact quite frequently. We talk everyday," said Kristen.

"She just wasn't answering her cell phone. I couldn't get a hold of her. That is not like her she always has her cell phone on."

Search for missing man ends­­­ in Saskatoon

The search for a man reported missing in the river over the weekend has been called off.

River search for missing man could resume today

The search for a missing man who may be in the river came to a standstill yesterday because of melting and muddy conditions at the 33rd Street boat launch.

"If we got the boat in, we would need a Cat pretty much to get it out," said Craig Young, battalion chief with Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services.

He said the crew starting this morning will figure out whether to continue the search.

"The shift coming on today will decide whether they're going out to do any more searching today or not," Young said.

Firefighters searching river for third day

Saskatoon firefighters are now on day 3 of their search for a person reported missing in the river.

Battalion Chief Marc Degirolamo said they will once again be searching the area where a witness told them a man ran into the water.

They were able to find tracks at that time, but have been unable to find any sign of the missing man, aged 60. 

"We're not putting divers in the water, but we will be doing a search out of the boat," said Degirolamo, citing cold conditions and fast current as the reasons for the decision.

Firefighters carry on search for missing man

Crews looking for a man who went missing in the river have expanded their search area.

Battalion Chief Craig Young said firefighters who began looking yesterday afternoon for the 60 year-old man have now exhausted the original area where they believe he went into the water.

They have asked police to use their plane to scan the area, and have got a boat looking for the man further downstream.

Strong currents make it hard to determine where the man may have ended up. 

Police search river for missing man

Divers were searching the river Saturday afternoon for a missing man.

At 3:30 p.m. Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services Water and Dive Rescue Teams responded to the 100 block of Whiteswan Drive and searched the river for a 60-year-old man.

The man's tracks led to the river's edge and off the end of the ice. There were no tracks coming out of the water.

A boat search was done along the shoreline and water rescue personnel waded into the water to search the immediate area until divers were able to search deeper waters.

Expanding search for missing Regina woman, Kimberley Cruickshank

The police search for a missing Regina woman is casting a wider net out to Alberta.

Kimberly Cruickshank is 27 and went missing after last being seen in the city last weekend by her neighbour.

Police are still requesting information on her whereabouts.

Her sister Kristen says she had friends in the Calgary area, and that's why they are looking farther from home.

Mother worries about missing Regina woman Kimberley Cruickshank

The distraught mother of a missing 27-year-old Regina woman fears for her daughter’s life.

“I believe she’s in trouble,” said Brenda Cruickshank, whose daughter Kimberley Cruickshank was last seen in Regina Saturday afternoon.

“I’m scared to death. I mean this just doesn’t happen to people. You don’t think it’s ever going to happen to you,” she said sobbing.

“It does happen to people but, distressing is putting it mildly.”

Girl, 15, missing since February

Saskatoon Police are on the lookout for a missing 15-year-old girl who was last seen in February.

Paris Brittain was reported missing after not coming home. She was last seen on Feb. 12 at a school in the 2200 block of Rusholme Road.

Police and Brittain's caregivers are concerned about her disappearance because she has been known to lead a high-risk lifestyle.

She is described as aboriginal, five-foot-10 tall and weighs 115 pounds. She has dark, straight, shoulder-length hair and brown eyes.

UPDATE: Regina Beach woman reported missing has been found

A woman from Regina Beach who was reported missing early this week has been located.

33-year-old Connie L. Brinda was last seen on Monday, March 4th leaving her home in Regina Beach. She was driving her 2007 black Kia Magentis with the license plate 871 HVF.

RCMP are now reporting she was found safe on Friday March 8.

If you have any information on Brinda's whereabouts you're asked to call Lumsden RCMP (306-731-4270) or Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477).

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