The RCMP need the help of the public in finding Sheree Fertuck.
According to a news release from the Major Crimes South unit of the Saskatchewan RCMP, Fertuck has been the subject of an ongoing disappearance and suspected homicide case for the past nine months.
She was last seen exiting her family’s farmyard east of Kenaston, Sask, and hasn’t been seen since Monday, December 5, 2015. The release indicated that Sheree was wearing a grey sweater, grey sweat pants, white running shoes, and glasses. In the time since that day, there has been no banking activity, no use of her passport, no use of her cellular phone, and no contact with her family.
In addition to community organized searches, the release states that to date multiple RCMP units including detachments, Search and Rescue, Police Dog Service, Civil Air Search and Rescue and the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team have been engaged in ongoing search efforts.
Now, RCMP Major Crimes is requesting the public’s assistance in checking rural properties and outbuildings throughout the province. With harvest and hunting season are approaching, thw police are asking for anyone working in their fields or hunting game that locate or observe anything suspicious to report it to their local RCMP Detachment.
The release also said that police have received multiple tips, but none have proven successful in locating Fertuck. They are encouraging anyone with information, however big or small, to contact police.
If you do not wish to identify yourself, call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Callers will not be asked to reveal their name or personal details, calls are not recorded or traced, call display is not used. If it’s an online tip, IP addresses are not available. Online reports and texts are afforded the same level of anonymity as phone calls. The only way anyone will know you contacted Crime Stoppers is if you tell somebody.
A photo of Fertuck is attached to this story.