There’s a possible new lead in an investigation underway in Saskatoon regarding a string of suspicious packages and bomb threats in that city.
Saskatoon Crime Stoppers has turned to Facebook to try and identify a possible suspect who may have information regarding the Amanda Totchek investigation.
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Totchek, also known as Alexa Emerson, is charged with numerous offences after Saskatoon Police were led on a series of investigations into bomb threats and suspicious packages.
Crime Stoppers officials say the unidentified woman in a recently-discovered talent-scouting video is not a suspect. Police, however say they want to speak with her.
“Another unique initiative to help locate someone. This one is not wanted or a suspect, but rather someone police would consider a witness,” Crime Stoppers posted onto social media Sunday.
She may have posted her services on a website which was established to help voice-over artists and actors get jobs..
In a video testimonial, the woman (who may be an actor thinking she is auditioning for a role) confesses to multiple white powder scares.
Alexa Emerson was arrested in April on charges related to the incidents.
“In the place of a cash reward we offer you the opportunity of untold glory and internet fame should you find her,” Crime Stoppers posted onto a Facebook post.
Anyone with information is asked to direct message Crime Stoppers.