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Date: 2023-03-29

Wanted-Travis BARTHEL

Wanted by Battleford RCMP for Sexual Assault, Sexual Interference, and Failure to Appear. 35 years old 5ft 7” 146lbs If you know the current location of this wanted individual, please…


Date: 2023-03-29

Cat Shot in Craven

On Februay 10th, 2023, between the hours of 4:00 P.M. and 11:00 P.M. in the evening, a domesticated cat was shot with a .22 caliber firearm believed to be within…


Date: 2023-03-28

Wanted-Miami MORIN

Miami MORIN-25 years old-Wanted by Meadow Lake RCMP for two counts of Failing to Comply with his Release Order. If you know the current location of this wanted individual, please…


Date: 2023-03-28

Wanted-Jaymond LAFOND

22 years old-Wanted by Meadow Lake RCMP for Mischief over $5000.00 and Two counts of Failing to Comply with a Release Order. If you know the current location of this…


Date: 2023-03-27

Break, Enter, & Theft at Residence on Yellow Quill FN

Sometime between March 17th and March 24th, there was a break and enter at House 110 on Yellow Quill. A large number of tools were stolen from the residence. -12″…


Date: 2023-03-27

Wanted-Sidney BLOOMFIELD

38-years-old Wanted by Cumberland House RCMP for the following offences: 271 CC – Sexual Assault 151 CC – Sexual Interference   Known to frequent Prince Albert. If you know the…


Date: 2023-03-27

Wanted-Randy Wesley KEETON

Unity RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to locate and report sightings on the whereabouts of 34-year-old Randy Wesley Keeton from the Town of Scott District, SK. Keeton is…


Date: 2023-03-27

Wanted-Darrin Murray ST PIERRE

Unlawfully at Large 34 years old 6ft 1″ 173 lbs. Last known location was in Prince Albert. If you know the current location of this wanted individual, please call your…

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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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A call to Crime Stoppers made with the intention of “furthering criminal activity or interfering with the administration of justice”. A party who is guilty of a crime cannot use Crime Stoppers to try to divert the blame onto someone else. Crime Stoppers cannot be used to try to “frame” an innocent person.

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