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Regina police looking for help in locating two missing teens

A pair of Regina teenagers are missing and police are looking for your help in finding them.

14-year old Pearl Lynn Cyr and Jayden Keshane were last seen leaving their houses over the weekend.

Keshane is aboriginal, five foot six, about 160 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. He has acne and yellowed, crooked teeth.

Missing teen found after leaving Regina school

Regina police have found missing teenager Brianna Arlene Walker.

Before the 14-year-old was reported missing, she was seen leaving Henry Braun School Monday afternoon.

By 4 p.m. on Tuesday, officers found her safe and sound.

UPDATE: 33-year-old man missing from Kawacatoose First Nation found

RCMP in Punnichy are calling off the search for a man reported missing from the Kawacatoose First Nation.

33-year-old Aaron Owen Littletent was last seen with family on Sunday June 2 but as of Tuesday June 11 he had been located.

Regina police seek pair of teens

A pair of 13-year-old Regina boys are missing.

Regina Police said Thomas Giles and Shawn Tuttosi were last seen on Wednesday at their homes. Police don’t believe any harm has come to them, they’re just simply choosing not to go home.

Giles has tattoos on both forearms including a diamond on his right forearm, and a cross with the word Born Wild on his left forearm. He’s five foot five and weighs 134 pounds. Tuttosi is five foot four and weighs 100 pounds.

Missing La Ronge man found dead

A man reported missing last week has been found dead in La Ronge Monday, according to RCMP.

The body of Reno Halkett, 43, of La Ronge was discovered by La Ronge RCMP's underwater discovery team Monday morning.

He was found near the beach he was last seen in the Lac La Ronge area.

RCMP officials have stated they do not believe the incident to be suspicious.

However, the investigation is ongoing while the remains are being examined by the coroner.

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Missing man Joseph Pelletier in contact with family

Joseph Pelletier has been in contact with family and is no longer considered a missing person.

The 24-year-old man was reported missing on May 24 in Saskatoon. His vehicle was found abandoned in Calgary five days later.

However, Saskatoon police say he was in contact with family members on the Internet. Over the weekend, his family was in direct contact with him.

Pelletier is no longer considered a missing person, according to police.

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UPDATE: Police ask for assistance to locate possible suicidal man

Editor's note: Jake McKimmom was found by his family Saturday night.

Saskatoon RCMP are asking for the public's help to find a missing, possibly suicidal, man.

 

Jake McKimmom, 20, was reported missing Saturday morning.
McKimmom is described as Metis, approximately 225 lbs with brown eyes and medium length brown hair.

 

FOUND: Regina police call off search for 13-year-old boy

Regina police now confirming 13-year-old Julian Kilmury has been found.

They say they made contact with him Friday afternoon.

On Thursday, 13-year-old Julian Kilmury walked to school from his home of the 800 block of Princess Street.

Regina police say he made it there safe, and attended school as normal. But at the end of the day, he hadn't returned home.

 

(edited by CJME's Amanda Purcell)

Moose Jaw police looking for missing 23-year-old

The search is on for a 23-year-old woman in Moose Jaw.

Atsed Ayaleo hasn't been seen since Thursday afternoon in east Moose Jaw.

She is described as African American, about 5 foot three inches and 160 pounds, with black hair.

Ayaleo was last seen wearing a pink scarf on her head, and striped black and white T-shirt, and black pants.

Anyone who sees her, or has information on her whereabouts is asked to call Moose Jaw police at (306) 694-7600.

Body of man found in South Saskatchewan River identified

The body of a man found by students on a class canoe trip Tuesday has been identified as Gaston Habiyakare.

The 43-year-old man had been the subject of a missing person investigation by Saskatoon police since February.

His body was found by students in the South Saskatchewan River north of the train bridge. Habiyakare’s next of kin have been notified.

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