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UPDATE: Missing toddler found in corn field near Weyburn

A search east of Weyburn came to a happy end Monday afternoon after a two-year-old boy went missing in the Hume area.

RCMP were called about the missing toddler at 10:51 a.m.  The boy had been missing for about two hours when his mother called for help. 

The STARS air ambulance was brought in to assist in the search, along with the RCMP police dog service, RCMP search and rescue, and Weyburn Fire Department.

The boy was found in a corn field near his home at 12:30.  He was checked over by EMS and was able to return home.

UPDATE: Regina police locate missing 14-year-old girl

Two weeks after she was last seen by her family, a missing 14-year-old Regina girl has been located safely.

Regina police believed Rachel Ann Cyr was choosing not to go home after she was last seen on July 19. They put out a request for the public's help to find her due to concern for her safety at a young age.

Police say she was found safe on Thursday evening and thanked the public for their assistance.


UPDATE: Missing Regina teen Joseph Dzik-Andrews found safe

A Regina teenager has been found safe after being reported missing.

Regina Police put out the call looking for 15-year-old Joseph Raymond Dzik-Andrews on Tuesday. He was last seen at home just after midnight on July 11.

As of early Wednesday morning, police report that he has been found.


Missing teen girl last seen June 30

Saskatoon police are looking for a missing 14-year-old girl.

Jasmine Sasakamoose was reported missing July 7. She was last seen at her home in the 300 block of Avenue U South by her family on June 3. She was last seen wearing a grey and black T-shirt, jeans and flip flops.

She was in contact with relatives through social media but has not been communicating with them recently. They are concerned about her safety because of her previous high-risk behavior.

UPDATE: Saskatoon police locate missing woman

Saskatoon police have found a missing woman.

Jayda Sinclair went missing around 3 p.m. on Jul. 17.  She was last seen on the 2200 block of Munroe Avenue South.

Police located her Saturday.

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UPDATE: 92-year-old James Maxwell safely located

Southey RCMP have called off the search for a 92-year-old man after finding him safe and sound in Prud'homme Saskatchewan.

James Maxwell is from the town of Harris but had been seen driving his truck north of Earl Grey and may have been spotted again in Watrous at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday night.

Family and friends were worried that he may have be confused and not know where he is going.

Search continues for Cody Wolfe on SK First Nation

The search for Cody Ridge Wolfe continues Friday, one year, two months, and 13 days after the 17 year old disappeared from the Muskowekwan First Nation.

UPDATE: Danica Jo Taylor found in Saskatoon

Moose Jaw policehave closed the case of a missing teenager who hadn't been seen in a month.

15-year-old Danica Jo Taylor was reported missing on Thursday, July 4. At the time she was believed to be with her boyfriend either in Moose Jaw, Regina or Saskatoon.

On Monday, Aug. 12 police revealed that she had been discovered in Saskatoon. Police in that city helped track her down.

Hope remains nine years after Tamra Keepness' disappearance

A sombre anniversary was marked Friday in a park east of Regina's downtown where a long-missing child once played every day.

July 5, 2013 marked the ninth anniversary of the disappearance of Tamra Keepness. The five year-old girl disappeared from her family's Ottawa Street home in the early-morning hours, triggering a series of frantic searches of the neighbourhood, the city at large, and two First Nations outside of Regina that ultimately turned up nothing.

Nine years since Tamra Keepness disappeared in Regina

Friday marks the 9th anniversary of the disappearance of Tamra Keepness, and Regina Police Service is still looking for any clues as to her whereabouts.

Keepness is believed to have gone missing from her home on Ottawa Street in Regina on July 5th, 2004. After nine years of searching and over 1,700 tips, police have still not turned up any leads on her whereabouts.

“Obviously the right tip hasn’t come in with the information of where she is to bring some closure to the family and the community,” said Sergeant Tim Seiferling, lead investigator on the case.

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