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Search for Frances Gazeley Continues in Rural Areas Around Weyburn

Have you checked your property and outbuildings for signs of 77-year-old Frances Gazeley?

Snowmobilers, people checking livestock and property or travelling in rural areas near Weyburn, Ceylon, Minton, Bengough or Colgate in the coming days and weeks are asked to keep an eye out and report any signs of Frances and/or any clothing or other items that seem out of place or normally wouldn’t be there. Please report any related findings to Weyburn Police Service by calling 306-848-3250 or call your nearest RCMP Detachment.

“We want to thank members of the public for checking their property in these areas for signs of Frances,” says Insp. Josh Graham, Senior Investigative Officer with the Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crime Unit. “No one has spoken with her since December 7 and as the last known place she was seen was in the Weyburn area, we are focusing search efforts in nearby locations. The area can be vast and open in some places so we are renewing our call to the public to please report anything out of the ordinary in the areas they frequent.”

RCMP Major Crime Unit investigators have completed several searches in these rural areas with the assistance of and ongoing collaboration with Weyburn Police Service, surrounding Saskatchewan RCMP Detachments and Civil Air Search and Rescue Association in the past week. Frances has not been located.

We are also renewing calls for anyone with trail or security cameras to please check them.

If you have rural property in this area and are not able to search it because you are out of town and/or require assistance in doing so, please contact Weyburn Police Service at 306-848-3250 or call your nearest RCMP Detachment.

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