Regina Police are continuing to search for the missing Promise Chukwudum across the city.
The public is being asked to check their yards, unattended buildings and vehicles, as well as near fences, decks and shrubs for the missing 19 year-old.
Inspector Trevor Ewart said Chukwudum, who also goes by Max, went missing on November 17th.
“He was at a gathering at a house on Marshall Crescent, and hasn’t been heard from since,” Ewart said. “(He) hasn’t been active on social media, which is very unusual for him. His friends and family, and police are very concerned that he hasn’t been seen or heard from.”
Ewart said authorities need help from the public in this investigation.
“We’re asking homeowners and property owners to make time now to search their yards, sheds, and other out buildings, and any other unused, abandoned vehicles including RV’s and campers,” Ewart said. “Property owners are also asked to check along fences, under decks and shrubbery and even open areas to assist with our search.”
Ewart said the missing person has very little family in Saskatchewan.
“We’ve been in continual contact with family here and in Nigeria to advise them of our progress and to get other information that could help us in this case.”
Anyone with information on Chukwudum is asked to contact Regina Police or crime stoppers.