She doesn't know where she is or how she got there. Brief hints of memories flicker through Cheryl Sanderson's brain.
She remembers taking a bunch of pain killers and sleeping pills to deal with the stress of a major discussion with her husband. He has a tumour and was pushing her away.
Saskatoon Police need the public's help to find a missing man.
Raymond "Keith" Sargeant left his home on the 200 block of Whitecap Crescent on Friday afternoon and has not been seen since. His care givers reported him missing on September 7.
Sargeant,71, has Dementia and has not taken required daily medication for Diabetes since his disappearance.
He's described as approximately 5' 5" in height, with a medium build and balding grey/white hair. He commonly wears prescription glasses.
The body of a pilot who was missing after his plane went down in Ivanhoe Lake on the Northwest Territories has finally been located.
His plane, which left from Saskatchewan, was reported overdue around 1 a.m. on Aug. 23 and at 5 a.m. the Fort Smith RCMP received a call about a plane crash.
Upon arrival crews were unable to remove the aircraft from the water due to mud, but finally the RCMP Divers were able to locate and remove the pilot's remains.
His body has been transported back to Stony Rapids for a Coroner examination.
A Transwest Air pilot is still missing as of Monday night after the flight took off from Scott Lake, Sask. last week.
The plane crashed into Ivanhoe Lakein the North West Territories. It was reported missing at 1 a.m. last Thursday when it failed to show up at its destination.
The 18-year-old subject of a missing person investigation has been located
and found to be safe.
Corey Harvey was reported missing on August 22, 2013. He was last seen leaving his residence in the 700 block of Avenue M South at 4:00 p.m. on August 20, 2013.
Family and Police were concerned for his welfare because he has an intellectual disability and had not been in regular contact with family which is an usual practice. He has since been located in Watrous, Sask., and found safe.
Saskatoon Police are asking for help finding a missing 13-year-old girl.
Kaitlyn Richard was last seen leaving her home on the 500 block of Avenue S South around 10:30 p.m. on Jul. 29, 2013.
She is described as 5'4" in height, 120 lbs, with long brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing grey sweat pants and a pink hoodie.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
RCMP say the search has ended for a man from the Gordon First Nation who had gone missing from Regina earlier this month.
Glen Geddes' cell phone was found at Casino Regina earlier this week. He hadn't been seen since August 12th when he attended a pow-wow on the Cowessess First Nation.
An update from the Mounties sent out Thursday morning said that Geddes spoke with family members Wednesday night and they're no longer trying to find him.
A missing 16-year-old girl from Saskatoon has police and her caregivers worried about her.
Sky-lynn Bird was reported missing July 29. Saskatoon Police believe she might be in Jasper, Alta.
She is described as five foot three, 120 pounds with brown eyes and long straight black hair. She has a lip and nose ring and her tongue is pierced.
She is known to lead a high-risk lifestyle.
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After missing for over a month, a teenager from Moose Jaw has been tracked down in Saskatoon.
It was in early July when the Moose Jaw Police Service first asked for the public's help to find 15-year-old Danica Taylor. She was last seen on July 4, and officers believed that it was possible that Taylor and her boyfriend had run off together.
It took a couple days of looking but Regina police have found a teenager from Winnipeg that went missing in Regina.
Alannah Ross-Cochrane, 17, had been staying in Regina. A news release issued earlier this week by the police indicated that she hadn't been seen since last Thursday.
An update issued Wednesday morning stated that Ross-Cochrane was found safe and sound at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday.