Nine months have passed since RCMP Major Crimes South began investigating the disappearance and suspected homicide of 51-year-old Sheree Fertuck.
Fertuck was last seen leaving her family’s farmyard east of Kenaston, Sask. and has not been seen since Dec. 7, 2015.
Dozens of volunteers have helped police with the search, but little has been found.
RCMP said there has been no banking activity, use of her passport or cellular phone and she has not made contact with her family.
Fertucks’ family is trying to stay positive.
“We are as good as can be expected,” Juliann Sorotski said, Fertuck`s mother. “We just try to keep busy.”
Sorotski said the family is still waiting for answers.
“I’m pretty sure the RCMP will find out something, but I don’t know how long it will take,” Sorotski added.
Sorotski said she is the only family her grandchildren have left because they haven’t been in contact with their father since Fertuck disappeared.
Court papers show Fertuck`s ex-husband, Gregory Fertuck, has been involved in the RCMP investigation.
With harvest and hunting season RCMP Major Crimes is asking people to check their rural properties, outbuildings, and fields for anything out of the ordinary.
Police have received multiple tips , but Fertuck has not been located.
Anyone with information of any kind is asked to call police or crime stoppers.
As of April, 2016 the disappearance is being treated as a homicide.
Documents filed in Saskatoon Court of Queen’s Bench in May 2016 named Fertuck’s ex-husband as a possible suspect in the homicide case.