Police have taken a look at the area in a map posted online which claims to show the location of missing girl Tamra Keepness.
The map was posted on Reddit.com and appears to show part of the Muscowpetung Saulteaux First Nation by Pasqua Lake. The post also said "check the wells."
Regina police have now asked RCMP to take a preliminary look at the area depicted in a map posted to Reddit.com which claims to show the location of Tamra Keepness.
The decision came after a day of deciding how to follow up on the questionable online post.
“You don’t just simply jump up and commit major resources to something that might simply be a hoax,” said Elizabeth Popowich, a spokesperson for the Regina Police Service. She added that a search could be “disruptive” to people on the Muscowpetung First Nation.
Using the skills learned from hunting and trapping for 20 years, a Wollaston Lake woman kept her family going for three days while they were stranded on a small island.
Rose Tsannie, 43, went boating with her two daughters, Ronna, 25, and Sammy, 16, last Tuesday on Wollaston Lake. Joining them was Tsannie’s brother, Phillp Hansen, 44.
Rose Tsannie in a Facebook photo from September.
A 58-year-old man is missing from a group home in Saskatoon.
Ivan Hunchak has multiple sclerosis and drives a motorized wheelchair.
Saskatoon police said he was last seen at his group home near Avenue P North and 29th Street West around 10:30 p.m. on Thursday. Hunchak is five-foot-eight tall, 130 pounds with brown salt and pepper hair.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Mr. Hunchak is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Saskatoon police report they found nine-year-old Riel Bear after he was reported missing Sunday morning.
Police said Bear was reported missing on Oct. 19, from the 1400 block of 20th Street West. He was spotted several times in the days since, however officers were unable to locate him. Bear was found to be safe on Tuesday Oct. 21, at a home in Saskatoon.
The Saskatoon Police Service would like to thank the public and the media for their assistance.
UPDATE: Saskatoon police reported Monday that Darla Eyahpaise has been found.
The family of a 28-year-old woman from Saskatoon is worried about her safety after reporting her missing Sunday.
Darla Eyahpaise was reported missing around 4 p.m. Sunday.
Saskatoon Police said she is described as aboriginal, five-foot-seven tall, 155 pounds, with long brown hair, brown eyes and pierced ears. She has a skeleton in a headdress tattoo on her left upper arm and a butterfly tattoo on her shoulders.
RCMP say they located Mabel Scherr at a Yorkton residence -- "safe and sound" -- after she was reported missing.
The eighty-one-year-old was last seen leaving her house on Darlington Street east around 4:30 p.m. on Thursday afternoon. She was walking.
She was reported missing at 10:30 p.m. Thursday night. The RCMP did not say what time they located her at the residence.
Saskatoon police want the public's help to find a missing teenaged girl.
Ekko Raven William-Sasakamoose, 17, was last seen in the 1800 block of 22nd Street West, around 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 10.
Police and family are concerned because William-Sasakamoose has a history of high-risk behavior and threats of self-harm.
She is described as First Nations, 5’3”, around 100 lbs, slim build with brown eyes and long, dark hair with blonde highlights. She was last seen wearing grey terry towel sweat pants, a black shirt and no shoes.
Saskatoon Police have found a missing elderly man.
Gabriel Aubichon, 80, was last seen at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, walking away from City Hospital and headed west on Queen Street.
Aubichon suffers from dementia.
At 4:10 p.m. Aubichon, was found safe and sound by a bike constable.
Police are looking for an 18-year-old man who was accidently released from custody in Regina more than two weeks ago.
Brandon Richard Krewenchuk was brought to provincial court on September 22 to face charges of break and enter with the intent to commit an indictable offence, and theft. He was supposed to be held in custody but was somehow allowed to walk away.
No one with Saskatchewan Corrections noticed the error until this past Wednesday.