What to do in missing person situation

What to do in missing person situation, Vladimir Volenyuk

Unfortunately, almost every day a police report filed about a missing person in Canada. Most of them are found fast and returned home safely, but for in some cases, the search continues for months. A missing person is always a tragedy for the family and friends. People have no rest, can’t sleep peacefully, when a family member is not at home and safe. But the police and family members work hard every day to locate the missing person and provide help if needed.

Help is available for people who may be worried someone has gone missing:

Winnipeg police non-emergency line: 204-986-6222.

Manitoba RCMP divisional headquarters: 204-983-5420. Find contact information for local detachments here.

For missing children tips: 1-866-543-8477, or view their website: https://missingkids.ca/app/en/

If you believe a person or child is in serious danger, call 911.

Missing person cases involve people of any age who are lost or abducted, have run away or have mental health issues, among other things.

Since the end of January, a 13-year-old boy is missing from Sagkeeng First Nation. Richard Sinclair-Courchene was last seen Wednesday near Bruyere Point Road in Sagkeeng at around 8:30 a.m., wearing a brown parka and black pants.

He’s described as 5’0″ tall, around 100 lbs, with short brown hair and brown eyes. Police said he may be in the area of either Sagkeeng or Winnipeg.

Fellow Winnipeggers, please be attentive, if you see an add about missing person and you or someone you know has any useful information, please contact your local police department or visit a link below to leave a tip online:

http://www.canadiancrimestoppers.org/home

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