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Date: 2024-06-25

Missing-Autumn Smidt

On June 24, 2024, Rosetown RCMP received a report of a missing 25-year-old woman, Autumn Smidt. Autunm was last seen in Vanscoy, SK on June 22, 2024. Since receiving the…


Date: 2024-06-25

Missing-William Custer

Pelican Narrows RCMP is asking the public for help to locate 25-year-old William Custer from Pelican Narrows. William was last seen this morning, June 23, 2024 at a house in…


Date: 2024-06-21

Theft of Vehicles From the RM of Harris

File 2024-818510 Between December 2023 and June 2024, a property in the RM of Harris, saw numerous older vehicles stolen, possibly stolen to sell as scrap metal: 1927 McCormick-Deering Tractor…


Date: 2024-06-21

Theft Near Zealandia

File 2024-808092 On Sunday, June 9, 2024 or, Monday, June 10, 2024, between 9:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. a theft occurred from an outbuilding in Zealandia. A yellow electric hedge trimmer…


Date: 2024-06-21



Date: 2024-06-20

Theft of John Deere Tractor

Rosthern RCMP are requesting assistance in the theft of a 2012 John Deere Tractor model 5045D with 512 Loader, a 2012 Frontier RC2072 Mower and a 2012 John Deere 673…


Date: 2024-06-19

Missing-Tyrone Favel

Battlefords RCMP is asking the public for help to locate 35-year-old Tyrone Favel from North Battleford. Tyrone was last seen around June 12, 2024 in the community of North Battleford….



Break, Enter & Theft in Cumberland House

File: 2024-648230 Around the 14th of May, 2024, the Atco trailers behind the Nechapanuk ICFS building were broken into. Approximately 4000$ (in 100$ bills) as well as the following items were…

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SASKATCHEWAN CRIME STOPPERS is a community program that successfully combines the efforts of the Public, the Media and the Police to solve crime in our communities.

By offering cash awards and ensuring complete anonymity, Crime Stoppers has eliminated two of the biggest obstacles that normally keep the public from getting involved, namely Fear and Apathy.

Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers was founded in 1987 with the objective of providing this program to all Rural Municipalities, Cities, Towns and Villages not previously benefiting from a Crime Stoppers program. The residents of these areas are the beneficiaries of the Crime Stoppers program by making their communities safer places to live. This is being accomplished through an increased percentage of crimes solved and stolen property recovered. The program also sends a strong preventative message that we, the residents of Saskatchewan, are not willing to turn a blind eye on crime.

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