Saskatchewan's missing persons

The Saskatchewan RCMP needs your help locating missing persons. If you have any information, please report it to your local RCMP Detachment or police service. To make an anonymous tip, contact Crime Stoppers:

  • Telephone: 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
  • Report online

Missing persons

  • Kristopher Billette

    • Age: 36
    • Missing since: July 14, 2023
    • Last seen: Buffalo River Dene Nation, Saskatchewan
  • Sheenalyn Sewap

    • Age: 32
    • Missing since: May 18, 2023
    • Last seen: Highway #135 near Linklater Street in Pelican Narrows, Saskatchewan
  • Shequille "Shack" Gamble

    • Age: 28
    • Missing since: November 15, 2022
    • Last seen: Debden, Saskatchewan
  • Malcolm Custer

    • Age: 69
    • Missing since: July 17, 2022
    • Last seen: Big Sandy Bay Fishing and Hunting Resort north of Smeaton, Saskatchewan
  • Seth Deschambeault

    • Age: 18
    • Missing since: June 6, 2022
    • Last seen: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
  • Branden Baptiste

    • Age: 23
    • Missing since: Early summer of 2022
    • Missing from: North Battleford, Saskatchewan
  • Leslie Peesker

    • Age: 48
    • Missing since: December 22, 2021
    • Missing from: Rosthern, Saskatchewan

Long-term missing persons

For information about cases of persons missing for more than six months, please see:

Report a missing person

Do not wait to report someone missing. If you suspect someone is missing, call your local Saskatchewan RCMP detachment or police service immediately. In an emergency situation, always call 911.

Report a missing person to your nearest police service. Police will ask for the following (if available):

  • their name and age
  • their physical description, including:
    • hair and eye colour
    • height
    • weight
    • distinguishing marks or features
  • what they were last seen wearing
  • when and where they were last seen
  • a recent photograph

You can file a missing person report for someone who has been reported missing before.

You don't need to be a relative to file a report. Anyone who knows the missing person well enough can file a report with the RCMP or local police.

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