Family members who were searching for Darren Wallace George found his body late on Wednesday night.
They officially reported him missing to Broadview RCMP earlier that day after he hadn’t been seen since Dec. 27.
The 32-year-old aboriginal man from Ochapowace First Nation was last seen leaving a home on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation.
Police are not ruling out foul play in his death at this point and have called in the Major Crime Unit and forensic identification team to help with the investigation.
Darren George from the Ochapowace First Nation was reported missing by his family. Broadview RCMP say they searched several places he is known to frequent, but turned up nothing.
The last time he was seen was December 27th, when he was leaving a home on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation.
A missing persons case in Regina has come to a sad ending after the discovery of a body Thursday in the area of Douglas Hill Park.
On Friday, the Regina Police Service confirmed that the body is 39-year-old Matteo Toscano who was last seen leaving his home on December 9.
When Toscano first went missing, Regina police told the media that the man's family was worried he might be in trouble.
The coroner has concluded that Toscano's death is not suspicious.
A year has passed and still not much is known about a University of Saskatchewan student from Saudi Arabia who mysteriously disappeared in Saskatoon.
Except for a jacket found on the city's Train Bridge, Hamza Alsharief seemingly vanished without a trace last December.
The Saudi Arabian government has been heavily involved in the search for Alsharief, hiring a private detective and funding a search of the South Saskatchewan River.
Regina police are looking for help from the public to find a man, whose family is worried he might be in trouble.
Matteo Toscano was last seen on Wednesday leaving his house on Reynolds Street south of Broadway Avenue. His family says he might be wearing a dark blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, black shoes, and a grey Nike toque.
Toscano is caucasian, weighs about 180 pounds and is 6’5.” The 39-year-old has brown hair and a moustache.
Anyone who might know where he is can call the Regina Police Service at 777-6500.
The Regina Police Service is asking the public for help finding a man they call a 'high-risk violent offender.'
George Christopher Musqua, 42, is a first-nations man with black hair, brown eyes and a goatee. Police say he's about six feet tall and weighs around 205 pounds.
Musqua was supposed to appear in court Monday, however he never showed up.
UPDATE: Elaina Herman has been located.
A 16-year-old girl from Saskatoon hasn’t been seen since Nov. 21.
Saskatoon police Elaina Herman she was last seen at her school in the 800 block of 9th Avenue North.
She is described as aboriginal, five-foot-six feet tall, brown eyes and short black Mohawk-styled hair. Her bottom lip is pierced on the right side and she wears glasses.
She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue baseball camp, a grey sweater and white running shoes.
The body of a missing Sandy Bay man was discovered on Friday, according to RCMP.
Darcy Marcial Merasty, 38, was reported missing on Thursday by his family.
He was last seen on Dec. 4 and Merasty’s family said it is out of character for him to disappear without notifying family.
The RCMP is currently investigating the incident and an autopsy is set to be performed.
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Saskatoon Police are looking for help to find Hday Abdul Mohamed.
The 54-year-old man has been missing since Nov. 1, 2012 and his friends haven't had contact with him since then.
He was last seen at his home on the 800 block of Appleby Drive, where he from Prince Albert.
He is described as being of African descent, 5-feet-11-inches tall, 170 pounds, with short brown and grey hair that is thinning on the top of his head and a grey beard.
Anyone who knows where Mohamed is asked to call Saskatoon Police at 975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
For nearly 30 years, an Idaho couple has braved treacherous waters all over North America in order to help complete strangers feel a sense of closure.
Gene Ralston, 67, and his wife Sandy are environment consultants, who now spend most of their time trolling lakes, rivers and oceans after discovering their ability to recover bodies -- some which have been submerged for years.