Saskatoon Police Service have located a missing eight-year-old boy.
Aaron Kakakaway was last known to be playing with a friend in Pleasant Hill Park in the 200 block of Ave U South around 9 a.m.
He left the park with an unknown older boy.
He is described as an aboriginal male, short medium brown hair, wearing a red t-shirt, red superman shorts and green/tan high-top style runners.
A 46-year-old woman from the Kawacatoose First Nation that was missing has been found.
Laura Freda Firingstoney was last seen in the town of Raymore ten days ago. She was reported missing to police on Thursday.
Her family says they were worried because she's usually in touch with them if she ever leaves for a long period of time.
Police say Firingstoney is alive and well.
Police have found the six-year-old boy in Saskatoon who had been missing overnight.
Tuesday night David Alfred Severight Crain was riding his bike near Confederation Park School around 8:30 p.m. and his family members had not seen him since.
Officers knocked on doors in the area Wednesday morning and Crain was found sleeping on a friend's couch.
RCMP are searching for two youths who were reported missing early Tuesday morning.
Krista Penunsi and Josh Lemay are from the Pilot Butte area, 17 kilometers east of Regina.
15-year-old Krista is Aboriginal, 5'3" tall, 160 pounds with brown eyes and medium length black hair.
Police say 15-year-old Josh is Aboriginal, 115 pounds and 5'0" tall. He has brown eyes and short brown hair. Both of Josh's ears are pierced
If have any information contact the RCMP White Butte Detachment (306-781-5050) or Crimestoppers (1-800-222-8477).
A missing Regina girl hasn't been seen since July 6th and police need your help finding her.
14-year-old Shalonda Cappo was last seen in the 1400 block of Wascana Street. At the time she was wearing a black North Face shell jacket and black shorts.
Cappo is aboriginal, 170 lbs and about 5’9” tall She has long brown hair, brown eyes and dark, pimpled/pockmarked complexion.
Police believe Cappo has been active on social media sites since she was reported missing on July 16th.
One Regina woman is hoping her support—and that of the rest of the country—will help the family of Nathan O’Brien get through its ordeal.
“My heart’s broken with you and with your family,” said Bev Leung during a phone interview.
Leung used to care for Rod O’Brien, Nathan’s father, in her Regina daycare years ago.
“They become part of our family,” she said. “Everyone that’s left my daycare over the years, I’ve maintained contact with them either on Facebook, or you know, they’ll make a phone call, or they’ll come at Halloween and show me their children now.”
On Monday afternoon, Calgary Police Chief Rick Hanson confirmed that evidence collected in the case of five-year-old Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents, Alvin and Kathy Liknes, leads police to believe they were murdered.
The boy and his grandparents first went missing on June 29 signalling an Amber Alert that lasted for two weeks.
Saskatoon police reported Friday morning that a man who went missing Thursday from Royal University Hospital has been found.
56-year-old James McCallum was located at his residence.
In a media release, police said McCallum returned to his home from the hospital, where he was being treated for a head wound.
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The family of a 22-year-old man from Saskatoon is concerned about his whereabouts after he didn't return home on July 3.
Skyler Cameron is aboriginal, six-foot-two tall, tall with a slim build. He has a short brush cut on the sides with a comb over on top. He wears black rimmed glasses.
Cameron went missing from his home in the 500 block of Gladmer Park on July 3. His family says it is unusual behaviour for him to go missing.
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On the tenth anniversary of her disappearance, Courtney Struble’s father is asking why he wasn’t included in the media update with RCMP and the girl’s mother Tuesday.
“Fine, you think I’m the suspect, but you know, I’m the father. I deserve to know as much as everybody else does,” said Mark Struble the day after, speaking exclusively to News Talk Radio.