Saskatchewan RCMP – Update on the homicide of Sheree Fertuck

Regina, Saskatchewan – This morning at 11:00, at the Saskatchewan RCMP Headquarters, Superintendent Derek Williams, Officer in charge of the Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crime Program, provided the following update regarding the investigation into the homicide of Sheree Fertuck.

The investigation into the homicide of Sheree Fertuck has been complex. It involved many highly trained officers who dedicated hundreds of hours to determine what led to the death of Sheree Fertuck.

Sheree was reported missing in December 2015. She was last seen leaving her family’s farmyard, east of Kenaston. Major Crime investigators were involved shortly after her disappearance.

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In April 2016, investigators made the determination that Sheree was the victim of homicide. The investigation has been ongoing since and led to today’s announcement of an arrest.

Last night at approximately 6:30 p.m., investigators from our Major Crime and Historical Case Units made an arrest in relation to the homicide of Sheree Fertuck.

Greg Fertuck was arrested without incident on the outskirts of Saskatoon and has been charged with one count each of:

First degree murder, contrary to section 235(1) of the Criminal Code, and

Indignity to human remains, contrary to section 182(b) of the Criminal Code.

Greg Fertuck remains in RCMP custody and will make his first court appearance Wednesday, June 26, 2019, in Saskatoon Provincial Court at 9:00 a.m.

Saskatchewan RCMP



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