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Police issue appeal in case of woman missing for two years

It has been two years since Kandice Singbeil was last seen in Saskatoon.
Police and the Singbeil family are again appealing to the public for information.
The family has issued the statement below and are sharing photos of Kandice’s children which are available through Saskatoon Police on Twitter and Facebook.
LEARNING TO HEAL
NEVER LOSING HOPE
Kandice Marie Singbeil also known as Kae from Saskatoon is STILL MISSING. She was last seen in Saskatoon in the early morning of May 25, 2015. Two long years have passed and still no news, no answers and no reasons…NOTHING!!! Where is she? Does anyone know? Somebody does.
We are one of the 125 families in Saskatchewan with a loved one missing. What a NIGHTMARE.
Her son who is now Ten years old is having to grow in a world so different from his friends and classmates. His baby sister who is now two years old will only know her mom through pictures and our memories. So very sad and unbearable at times.
September 18 we each have a cupcake with a candle to celebrate her birthday then make a wish for mom and blow out the candle. Christmas Eve Nethan and Kaestin hang an angel ornament on the tree for Mom, one for each year. These traditions are to help keep Mom in their lives. We continue our nightly prayers in hopes that God PLEASE wrap your arms around her to keep her safe and free from struggles and challenges. We LOVE her, we MISS her and we pray for answers.
A Tree of Hope in Kandice’s honour will be planted at The Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter called Dorie’s House in Swift Current on May 26th.
So this is our PLEA from our Family:
If anyone has any information as to what happened and to help find her
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE come forward.
Information can be forwarded to: Saskatoon Police Service- 306-975-8300 or

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Police searching for missing Warman woman

Sarah Thompson of Warman

A 31-year-old woman from Warman has been reported missing.

Warman RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sarah Thompson, who was last seen walking near Baycroft Drive in Martensville on Thursday May 18, 2017 at approximately 12:00 p.m.

Thompson is described as being a Caucasian female, approximately 5’1” tall and weighing 110 lbs.  She has blonde hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a black tracksuit jacket and capri pants.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Sarah Thompson

is asked to contact the Warman RCMP at 306-975-1670 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Police want public, business owners to be aware of potential for industrial area thefts

Crime Stoppers wants you to be aware of break-ins occurring to businesses located in industrial areas around Saskatoon. Crime Stoppers is trying to identify those responsible and alert owners about the potential for this crime.

Each year in our city, businesses and their adjacent compounds are targeted. Thieves often choose isolated locations to ensure they won’t be observed or caught. If a site isn’t readily accessible from the street, criminals will cut or drive through fencing to allow passage for a truck or trailer in order to transport stolen property.

Members of the public frequenting these areas are encouraged to record and report suspicious activity making note of the time, date, description of vehicles and persons involved.

Business owners are asked to report theft immediately and take steps to increase security around compounds, lock up valuable items and display clear signage around buildings and property in prominent locations. Signage should include the name of the business and contact phone numbers. Additional signage from Saskatoon Crime Stoppers can be obtained free of charge.

Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards for information leading to an arrest. You don’t have to give your name and you won’t have to go to court. If you have information about this or any other crime; call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Go on line to www.saskatooncrimestoppers.com or text “TIP 210 with your message” to “CRIMES” at 274637. Together, we can make Saskatoon a safer community.

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