A missing 86-year-old Radville man was found dead in a rural area Monday afternoon, said RCMP.
Phillip Tessier, who is a resident of the Golden Heritage Centre, was reported missing Thursday after family members told RCMP he failed to show up for a medical appointment a week earlier.
Aerial searches were conducted in the area by the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association out of Regina.
RCMP said no foul play is suspected.
They've looked everywhere they can think of, but they can't track down Phillip Tessier.
The 86-year-old told his family Thursday night that he had an appointment in Weyburn Friday morning.
He was supposed to drive there from his home in Radville, but now his family can't find him.
They believe he was driving a 2004 black Chevrolet truck with the license plate number 7-7-7 E-C-T.
Tessier usually wears plaid shirts, suspenders and blue jeans.
He's about 5-foot-6, 140 pounds with glasses.
It has been eight years since Tamra Keepness was last seen but there is still hope that someone knows what happened to her.
The $25,000 reward for information has been extended until the end of 2012. The Board of Police Comissioners voted to extend the money offer in the hopes that someone will come forward with information.
Keepness was five years old when she disappeard from her home in Regina on the evening of July 5, 2004.
Hundreds of volunteers were involved in the largest search party in the city's history.
A missing Assiniboia man was found in Ontario after several calls from the public came in, police said.
John Roy Nottingham was reported missing on March 5 in Oxbow, a town southeast of Regina, where he had had been completing a trucking course, police said.
The 22-year-old had been spotted in Estevan and Carlyle prior to being found, said police.
A 16-year-old teen is missing after she left her home in Yorkton, RCMP said.
Nikisha Cote is believed to have returned to the Cote First Nation, however, her family has not heard from her since Tuesday, said RCMP.
She is described as 5-feet-tall, medium build with long black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Yorkton Municipal RCMP at 1-306-786-2400.
Regina police have requested the public's help to find Tamara Lynn Pratt, who was last seen around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
She was just north of Regina on Highway 6, believed to be hitch hiking back to her home on Gordon First Nation.
Pratt is described as being an aboriginal female standing 168 centimetres and weighing 64 kilograms, with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about her location is asked to contact police.
Saskatchewan RCMP are asking for help locating John Roy Nottingham who went missing on March 5.
Nottingham was renting a house in Assiniboia but he was last seen in Oxbow where he was taking a trucking course.
Anyone with information on where he might be should contact Assiniboia RCMP at 306-642-7110.
Saskatoon police have asked for the public's help to find missing 44-year-old man Shafgat Awan.
He was last seen at the Royal University Hospital around noon on Feb. 10, and has not been in contact with friends or family since then, in addition to failing to show up for medical appointments.
Authorities are especially concerned, as Awan has threatened to do himself harm in the past.
The missing man is described as standing five-foot-six and weighing 160 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.
Anyone with information as Awan's whereabouts is asked to contact police.
RCMP have asked for the public's help to locate Duane Hiebert, who was last seen leaving his home Thursday night in Otthon, which is in the Yorkton area.
His family has not heard from him since.
Hiebert, 45, was driving a white ford pick-up with the license plate number 044 HTS.
Anyone with information as to his location is asked to contact RCMP.
Human remains found just south of Prince Albert last week are believed to be those of Rodney Ritchie, a local man who has been missing since September 3.
Although dental record verification still has to be completed, Richie’s family has already been notified.
“He was found by a citizen, just a passerby in the area,” said Prince Albert police Sgt. Kelly McLean at a press conference this morning.
“It was in a wooded area, just to the southeast of the city of Prince Albert, just outside the municipal boundaries.”