RCMP are reporting that a missing 62-year-old woman from Bladworth has been found dead.
Marjory Crabbe apparently went missing after visiting Saskatoon on Monday. Crabbe stopped by a friend’s home between 2 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. but when no one was home, she left a note stating she had dropped by.
Outlook RCMP found Crabbe's body on Thursday night in a remote part of the Danielson Provincial Park north of Lake Diefenbaker.
A 14-year-old Regina girl has been found safe and sound, according to the Regina Police Service (RPS).
Police had alerted the public to Kia Lyn Okeeweehow's disappearance earlier this week. The teen hadn't returned home from school.
The RPS thanked members of the public for helping out in the search.
With files from CJME's Andrew Shepherd.
The Moose Jaw Police Service is asking for help in finding a missing person.
54-year-old Dale Patrick Dutchak was last seen on Thursday, February 6.
He is described as 6-1, 230 pounds, with a shaved head and a clean shaven face. He was last seen wearing a green winter jacket, black sweat pants, white gloves and a white and black toque.
Anyone who has seen Dutchak or has any information on his location is asked to call the Moose Jaw Police Service at 306-694-7600.
A missing snowmobiler in Eastern Saskatchewan has been found dead following a three day search.
Dennis Malischewski, 59, was last seen on his sled in the town of Kelvington last Saturday. The family said that Malischewski was known to travel long distances via snowmobile, but they had no indication of where he was going on his latest trek.
Kelvington and Rose Valley RCMP are looking for the public’s help in locating a man who has been missing since Saturday.
Dennis Malischewski was last seen Saturday around 10 a.m. on his black Polaris snowmobile. Police said they don’t know where Malischewski was travelling.
Photo of a snowmobile similar to that of Malischewski. RCMP handout.
UPDATE: Fred Sejbjerg returned to his residence shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday.
Saskatoon police are looking for a missing 82-year-old Saskatoon man.
Fred Sejbjerg was last seen Wednesday when he left his home around 3 p.m. in the 100 block of Spinks Drive.
Police said Sejbjerg’s family has not seen or heard from him since. He was seen wearing jeans, a black plaid shirt, black fleece vest, grey winter coat and black running shoes. He wears glasses and police said he shows signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s.
RCMP in La Ronge have determined that human remains found last week near a northern community are tied to a murder.
The Mounties revealed five days ago that the remains had been found during a search for a missing woman, 24-year-old Jodi Roberts, who hadn't been seen since Nov. 6. The search was taking place near Sucker River, about 180 kilometres north east of La Ronge. The discovery was said to have happened in an "unusual place."
It's been two weeks since anyone has seen 32-year-old Ronald Kay, and police in Regina have now asked for the public's help in locating him.
Kay was last seen wearing a black jacket with blue jeans and grey bunny hug at a Roughriders game on November 10th.
Police said he has crooked teeth, brown eyes and often speaks with a stutter. He does not have a cell phone or a vehicle.
If you have any information on Kay's whereabouts, the police have asked that you call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
RCMP are asking people to be on the lookout for a 12-year-old boy who's been missing for five days.
Ryley Ahenakew didn't come back to his school in Hague, Sask. after leaving around 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 14.
He's described as five feet, two inches tall and weighs 120 lbs. He is an aboriginal boy with brown eyes, dark brown hair and gold studs in both ears.
He was last seen wearing a red New York Yankees hat, a royal blue bomber jacket, blue jeans and black high-top runners.
Red is the colour of life, blood, love and violence, and each of the 80 empty red dresses that have been hanging at the University of Regina campus symbolizes one of the hundreds of missing or murdered aboriginal women in Canada.
There are an estimated 600 cases of missing and murdered aboriginal women in the country dating back 20 years. For Winnipeg based Métis artist Jamie Black, it’s an issue that gets swept under the table all too often, which is why she was inspired to create the Red Dress Project.