It’s now been 14 years since Tamra Keepness disappeared from her Regina home.
Regina Police are continuing their investigation, as well as continuing to host a yearly barbecue in hopes of finding answers.
Deputy Chief Dean Rae says while the case has gone rather cold, Regina Police are not giving up.
“We always put the call out for information, we’re always looking and investigating any tips that come in, and that’s our commitment to this file.”
Deputy Chief Rae says there`s a special message behind their barbecue they have each year on the anniversary of her disappearance.
“This is a tragic occurrence that has occurred in our community, and this is to let everybody know that the Regina Police Service will not let this go, we will continue to look for the people who are responsible for this, and we’re here (Thursday) looking for new information to try and help us with that.”
16 tips are received per year on the Keepness case, totaling about 1700 tips since her disappearance.
Keepness would be 19 years of age.