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Search and Rescue Regina chapter suspended

They were called on when Tamra Keepness, Tara-Lyn Poorman and Brandy Wesaquate each went missing, but if a major search for a missing person gets underway in Regina anytime soon, it won’t be local Search and Rescue volunteers helping out. Search and Rescue Regina (SARR) has been deactivated.

President of Search and Rescue Saskatchewan Association of Volunteers (SARSAV) Justin Capp sent a letter to Regina volunteers notifying them the chapter had been suspended earlier this month. Details are scarce as to why.

Missing girl last seen at Prince Albert Super 8

A missing girl has police asking for the public's help.

Madison MacIntyre, 13, was last seen at the Super 8 motel on Friday at around 2 a.m.

According to the Prince Albert Police Service, she was reported missing a short time later.

MacIntyre is described as around five feet, five inches, 120 pounds and was last seen wearing black Saskatchewan Roughrider shorts and a grey Metallica T-shirt.

Anyone with information as to her whereabouts is asked to contact the Prince Albert Police Service at 953-4222 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.

UPDATE: Missing 16-year-old Regina boy

A missing a 16-year-old boy has been found.

Lionel Gerald Obey was last seen around 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, September 17th, riding his bicycle on Albert Street and Lakeview Avenue.

On Ocotber 1 Regina police released a statement saying Obey was located on the Kawacatoose First Nation. The 16 year old is safe and police have no further concerns for his well-being at this time.




Judge rules against mistrial in Saskatoon murder case

A judge rejected a defence motion for a mistrial in the case of Douglas Hales.

Justice Gerald Allbright delivered his decision Monday afternoon in Saskatoon Court of Queen's Bench. 

Defence lawyer Bob Hrycan spent Monday morning arguing for Hales' previous month-long trial for the murder of Daleen Bosse to be thrown out and followed with fresh proceedings. 

FOUND: 15-year-old Regina girl missing with her baby

The Regina Police Servicehas located a teen reported missing on Monday, who has also been reported missing several times in the past year.

This time, both 15-year-old Pearl Lynn Cyr and her two-month-old daughter were missing. Police say the two were last seen Monday afternoon on the 5900 block of Mallard Way.

Cyr was reported missing in June 2013 and then again in March 2014 when she was pregnant.

14 year old missing for nearly four weeks

RCMP are still searching for a teenage girl, who hasn't been seen for nearly four weeks.

Kaylee Watchmaker, 14, was reported missing from a home in Onion Lake on Aug. 13. It was initally thought that Kaylee was with family, but attempts to track her down have been unsuccessful.

UPDATE: Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP search for man suffering from brain injury

A missing man who is suffering from a brain injury has been found

45-year-old Dion Redwood was last seen on Saturday and was possibly sighted on Highway 10, west of Fort Qu'Appelle later that evening.

Early Sunday evening  Redwood was found safe and has since returned home.

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UPDATE: Missing 15-year-old Regina girl found after 3 weeks

Regina police say a 15-year-old girl who was reported missing in late August returned home on September 18.

Friends saw Cara-Lynn Dawn Eagle on the 2100 block of Reynolds Street in the evening of August 21. The 15-year-old girl was reported missing the next day.

Police began looking for Eagle and spotted her on the 1700 block of Montreal Street on August 28. However, Eagle ran from the officers.
Because she appeared to be avoiding officers, the Regina Police Service wants to make sure she is safe.

RCMP looking for missing Humboldt man

RCMP in Saskatchewan have located a Humboldt man who had been missing for several days.

On Wednesday, Mounties asked for held finding William Windrem, 41, who was last seen Sunday night in Jansen.

On Thursday, RCMP said Windrem had been found.

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UPDATED: La Ronge police looking high and low for missing boy

A little boy missing in northern Saskatchewan has been found.
 
6-year-old Andrew Prosper was playing outside with his friends Friday night in Sucker River, but not long after he went out his mother discovered he was missing.
 
Police were called out and say they have checked throughout the community. 

On Saturday around 7:35 a.m. the family discovered the boy safe with a family member in Sucker River.

The RCMP would like to thank everyone who helped with the search for the missing child.

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