Police believe a Saskatoon woman missing since December from the Kenaston area is a victim of homicide.
On Monday, RCMP provided an update on the suspicious disappearance of gravel worker Sheree Fertuck.
They revealed a timeline of events leading up to what they now believe is Fertuck’s death, in the hopes of finding new information relating to her whereabouts.
The 51-year-old has been missing since Dec.7, 2015 when she was last seen leaving her family’s farm near Kenaston in a gravel truck.
Her mother previously told News Talk Radio that she found the truck at a nearby gravel pit the next morning with Fertuck’s jacket, cellphone and the keys still inside.
Police said since then, no banking activity, use of passport or phone has been reported for Fertuck, who has not made contact with her family.
RCMP said they are beginning a new round of search efforts for the 51-year-old Wednesday.
Investigators said they will be looking at very specific locations in the province, which they pinpointed through work in the last several months, in order to find Fertuck and evidence related to her disappearance.
Land owners in these areas will be notified of the police presence.
RCMP are not asking the public to help in these searches; previously, volunteers searched areas near the village of Kenaston.