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.
Nearly 10 years after Courtney Struble disappeared when walking home in Estevan, there's still no answer as to what happened to the 13 year old.
RCMP are now starting new efforts to find those answers and give some peace to Struble's family. On Tuesday, members of the major crime unit were joined by her mother, Joy, at the Estevan detachment.
"It's been said to me many times that time heals all wounds," Joy told the media. "That's a lie. It doesn't."
Search teams in North Battleford have started combing the North Saskatchewan River for
a missing man.
The RCMP said Wally Giesbrecht, 58, from Elrose, Saskatchewan left his hotel on Highway 16 at around 7 a.m. Sunday morning.
Staff at the hotel said Giesbrecht was asking them about walking paths near the river and Findlayson Island.
After a few hours, his family got worried and went out searching for him. When they found no trace of him, they called the police.
Maple Creek RCMP are asking for the public's help in finding a 15-year-old girl.
Tyra Crane was reported missing on Thursday. The last time someone heard from Crane was on June 23rd, when she spoke with her youth worker. Police believe Crane was in Regina at that time.
RCMP say Crane could now be in or around Regina, Medicine Hat or Edmonton.
Tyra Crane is described as Aboriginal with long, straight brown hair and brown eyes. She is 5'5" tall and weighs 120 pounds.
Some still think of a five-year-old girl, others picture a teenager.
It’s been 10 years since Tamra Keepness vanished from her home in Regina, and family, police and the core neighbourhood gathered Friday to mark the anniversary.
“It just took me back to when we first started. I still felt the hurt that I felt then,” said Tamra’s kokum Joyce Keepness.
Several people key to the searches in the days following the girl’s disappearance spoke to the crowd.
A Regina woman was devastated to hear about the disappearance of five-year-old Nathan O'Brien from Calgary.
"It can't be. It can't be Rod's boy," said Bev Leung, recalling her first thoughts when she heard the news. Rod O'Brien is the father of Nathan, who disappeared along with his grandparents from a Calgary home earlier this week.
Leung cared for Rod when he was a child in Regina. She can't believe this would happen to such a nice family.
"Rod and his family are very, very hard-working people. Very upstanding people."
Close to 60 supporters marched along Avenue W to 20th Street to Avenue H from Appleby Drive, retracing the steps taken by 20-year-old Karina Wolfe four years ago on July 2, the day she went missing.
Karina’s mother led the walk through Saskatoon Wednesday night with only one message.
“For Karina to come home safely. She’s hoping Karina, if she hears the message she will come home or contact the police or anyone she knows to get home,” Carole Wolfe said through her friend and translator.
Just one week before the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Tamra Keepness, the Regina Board of Police Commissioners has doubled the reward for information leading to her discovery.
“They say money talks. Let’s hope it does,” said Tamra's great aunt Ellen Keewatin.
For the past few years, a $25,000 reward has been offered. On Wednesday, the reward increased to $50,000.