As they have for a number of years, Regina police are extending a cash reward of $50,000 for information that will lead to them to a resolution of two cold cases.
In July of 2004, five-year old Tamra Keepness disappeared from her home on Ottawa Street prompting one of the biggest, if not the biggest missing persons search in Regina’s and Saskatchewan’s history with thousands of tips resulting in nothing of substance.
In August of 2010, the body of Gray Nay Htoo, his wife and three-year-old son were found in their north Regina townhouse. The Burmese family had been murdered, but to this day, it is not known who is responsible for that crime.
Regina police have said in the past that bringing both of these cases to a resolution and finding out who is responsible for both is a priority for them
Before stepping down, former police chief Troy Hagen said one of his regrets while holding the post was not being able to solve the two cases.