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Canada Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing Manitoba man

06:22  03 august  2018
06:22  03 august  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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(Submitted by RCMP ). Police in Saskatchewan are asking for help tracking down a missing man from the Manitoba village of McCreary. They believe he may be in the area between La Ronge — 344 kilometres north of Saskatoon — and Snow Lake, Man ., 336 kilometres east of La Ronge.

RCMP in Saskatchewan say they’re looking for a Manitoba man who has been missing for two days. La Ronge RCMP said Thursday they’re The last known contact with him was on Tuesday at about 4:35 p. m . It’s believed he’s driving a maroon 2005 Ford F-150 truck with the Manitoba licence

a close up of a person: Cory Mitchell McLaughlin, 45, was last seen July 31. © Submitted by RCMP Cory Mitchell McLaughlin, 45, was last seen July 31.

Police in Saskatchewan are asking for help tracking down a missing man from the Manitoba village of McCreary.

RCMP in La Ronge, Sask., say Cory Mitchell McLaughlin, 45, was last seen around 4:35 p.m. Tuesday.

They believe he may be in the area between La Ronge — 344 kilometres north of Saskatoon — and Snow Lake, Man., 336 kilometres east of La Ronge.

Police are concerned for McLaughlin's well-being.

McLaughlin is believed to be driving a red or maroon 2005 Ford F-150 with Manitoba plates EJZ 932.

He is roughly five feet eight inches tall and weighs 200 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information on McLaughlin's whereabouts is asked to call La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730.

McCreary is in Manitoba's Parkland region, roughly 200 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.

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REGINA - The RCMP is defending its relationship with Indigenous communities in Saskatchewan after it was named in a lawsuit filed by the family of Colten Boushie. Boushie was fatally shot in August 2016 by a Saskatchewan farmer who was later found not guilty of second-degree murder. The lawsuit includes farmer Gerald Stanley for the shooting and the RCMP for the way it treated family members after Boushie died. When the lawsuit was announced, Chris Murphy, one of the family's lawyers, said the lawsuit will make the RCMP examine how it interacts with Indigenous people.

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