She is described as indigenous female, 4′ 7″, 50lbs, should length black hair. Journey Kay has been found safe and well by Saskatoon Police Service. They provided the following description of the woman: Feather or wing tattoo on right shoulder/chest, Last known to be wearing a camouflage tank top, black shorts and black sandals. Journey Kay was located safe and sound by Saskatoon Police Service. SwiftCurrentOnline.com is Swift Current's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds. Support local journalism by clicking here to make a one-time contribution or by subscribing for a small monthly fee. Sign in or register for your free account, Moose Jaw remembers with smaller-scale Remembrance Day service. The victim is four-year-old Journey Kay. Returning Officer for Frontier, Barb Webber, said that voter turn out was pretty good…, A 35 year old Shaunavon woman has been diagnosed with Lymphoma Cancer and the community is rallying together to help her financially. The AMBER ALERT has been cancelled. at 2 a.m. on Tuesday. She was last seen at 2 AM Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 in the 300 block of Devonshire Crescent with an unknown adult female not known to the family. (UPDATE: Aug. 19 @ 8:30 am): The Amber Alert has been cancelled less than an hour after it was issued, police said. Journey Kay was last seen at her residence in the 300 block of Devonshire Cres. The victim is four-year-old Journey Kay. Thank you for following Canada Police Report on social media. Journey is described as being an Indigenous female, two feet seven inches tall, 50 pounds with shoulder-length black hair. When the City of Swift Current and South-West Saskatchewan want local news, weather, and sports online and on-demand, they turn to Swift Current Online. One hundred and twenty five of the new cases are in…, Swift Current Municipal RCMP are asking for the public's help in identifying a pair of suspects. Police believe she was taken by an unknown adult female. A missing girl from Saskatoon who was the subject of an Amber Alert this morning has been found safe and sound. The Saskatoon Police Service has issued an Amber Alert this morning. Journey Kay was located safe and sound by Saskatoon Police Service. She was last seen at approximately 2:00 am on August 18 at her home on Devonshire Crescent. Journey’s mother feels that Journey had left with an adult female acquaintance. On a day that Canadians take time to reflect and appreciate past and present members of the armed forces, Swift Current continues to hold a very surreal connection to the nation's military past. Saskatoon Police say 4 year old Journey Kay has been found and she is safe. She was last seen at approximately 2 a.m. on Aug. 18 at her home on Devonshire Crescent in Saskatoon. Journey is described as being an Indigenous female, 2’7″, 50lbs with shoulder length black hair. Journey Kay has been found safe and well by Saskatoon Police Service. August 19, 2020 Journey Kay was last seen at her residence in the 300 block of Devonshire Cres. A charge should not be considered as evidence of guilt. Journey is an Indigenous female 2 feet 7 inches tall 50 pounds with shoulder-length black hair. While other schools…. No known vehicle or travel direction. Saskatoon police say it does not appear to be a … Police say, at this time it does not appear that criminal activity was involved in her disappearance. Journey is an Indigenous female 2 feet 7 inches tall 50 pounds with shoulder-length black hair. Further updates will be provided by the Saskatoon Police Service. Police have urged members of the public to not approach the woman if they see her. This does not appear to be criminal, but Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the file & partner agencies have been notified. Journey is described as being an Indigenous female, two feet seven inches tall, 50 pounds with shoulder-length black hair. She was last seen wearing a two-tone white and black dress with flowers on the front, and pink sandals with grey soles. The Amber Alert issued by the Saskatoon Police Service has been cancelled. Journey Kay was located safe and sound by the Saskatoon Police Service. The child is believed to be Brandon Milburn 37, who may be armed and is considered dangerous. This does not appear to be criminal, but Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the file, and partner agencies have been notified. (Original story: Aug. 19 @ 7:50 am): Police in Saskatchewan have activated an Amber Alert after a suspected child abduction. By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. She was last seen at approximately 2:00 am on August 18 at her home on Devonshire Crescent. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this. Last seen wearing a camouflage tank top, black shorts, black sandals. All Rights Reserved. Police say, at this time it does not appear that criminal activity was involved in her disappearance. She was last seen at 2 AM Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 in the 300 block of Devonshire Crescent with an unknown adult female not known to the family. Saskatoon police Supt. at 2 a.m. on Tuesday. Suspect: adult female, Indigenous, 5 feet 6 inches tall 30-40 years old medium length black hair, feather or wing tattoo on right shoulder & chest area. The Saskatoon Police Service has issued an Amber Alert this morning. An Amber Alert has been released by the Saskatoon Police Service searching for 4-year-old Journey Kay. According to police following the cancellation of the Amber Alert, the girl was found Wednesday around 9 a.m. at a home in the 1900 block of 20th Street West.