April 30, to May 6 has been declared Missing Persons Week for Saskatchewan.
Currently there are 125 long term missing persons cases in Saskatchewan.
This week is Missing Persons Week and is being recognized by the provincial government.
Gord Wyant, Minister of Justice and Attorney General says not one case is taken lightly.
“Our government takes the issue of missing persons very seriously, and we share your concern about the needs to better address issues relating to missing persons, including missing Indigenous persons,” Wyant said.
Statistics indicate 73 per-cent of missing people are male. While half of missing females are Indigenous.
If you have any information on any missing person case, you are encouraged to contact your local police service or Crime Stoppers.
This year, 2017 marks the tenth year of the Provincial Partnership Committee on Missing Persons.