Update #1: Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes investigate discovery of human remains

Saskatchewan – In April 2023, a forensic autopsy conducted by the Saskatchewan Coroners Service determined the human remains belonged to an adult male, who had been deceased for approximately 10 years.

Saskatchewan RCMP’s Historical Case Unit (HCU) compared these details to missing person files from the area in that time range. A potential identity was established and investigators contacted their family to further the investigation.

RCMP Murder Investigation
RCMP Murder Investigation

In May 2023, a familial DNA comparison and analysis was completed. It determined the remains belong to Randy Wallace George, who was reported missing to the Pierceland RCMP on Big Island Lake Cree Territory on July 11, 2013. He was 38-years-old when he was reported missing.

George’s death is not believed to be suspicious in nature.

His family has been notified. Our thoughts are with them during this difficult time.

Saskatchewan RCMP had been investigating Randy’s disappearance since he was reported missing. Whenever a person is reported missing to Saskatchewan RCMP, we remain committed to locating them and bringing them home, regardless of the time that has passed. The HCU, which includes a provincial missing person coordinator, takes carriage of historical missing persons investigations. Find profiles of Saskatchewan’s historical missing persons, as well as unidentified human remains, here.

If you have information about any missing person, even if time has passed, please report it to your local police of jurisdiction. Information can also be submitted anonymously by contacting Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes

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