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Family of missing Regina woman Kimberley Cruickshank returns to Ontario

With heavy hearts, the Cruickshank family is preparing to return home to Ontario after spending a month in Regina searching for their daughter and sister.

Kimberley Cruickshank was last seen leaving her home on the afternoon of Saturday, March 23.  Her mother, Brenda, and sister, Kristen, flew to Regina on April 3 after having gone too many days without any contact from the 27-year-old.

UPDATE: Missing 11-year-old boy found in Regina

Regina police have called off the search for an 11 year old boy, after he was found safe and returned home early Thursday morning.

Logan Acrossthemountain was last seen at his home on 15th Avenue Tuesday afternoon. Police checked the homes of relatives and friends, but had no luck finding him until Thursday.


Police search for missing 15-year-old boy

Saskatoon police need help finding a missing 15-year-old boy.

Eli Lionel River Badger was reported missing on April 1 after he did not return to his home in the 90 block of Byers Crescent.

He is described as six foot one inch tall, 220 lbs, with brown eyes and black hair. 

He was last seen wearing a black winter jacket, blue jeans, and a grey ball cap.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Family concerned about foul play in case of Kimberley Cruickshank

Time isn't making the Regina-based search for Kristen Cruickshank's sister any easier.

Kimberley Cruickshank went missing from her home in Regina over three weeks ago.

Kristen says red flags popped up after police searching her house found her dogs locked in her bedroom.

"Those dogs were like her babies. She would have never left them alone like that... It just put a lot more seriousness into this."

She is concerned that her sister was kidnapped.

Police search for missing North Battleford man

Battlefords RCMP are asking the public for help to locate a missing man.

Glenn Scott Joseph Gaudet said he was going for a walk and was last seen leaving his home in North Battleford on Monday.

Gaudet was last seen wearing a black and green shirt, blue jeans, black and grey DC snow board jacket and black shoes.

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. 

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