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Missing Saskatoon mother and son found in Oregon

A missing Saskatoon mom and her son had been discovered alive and properly in response to the Saskatoon Police Service.

Daybreak Walker and her son Vincent Jansen had been reported in Oregon Metropolis, Oregon Thursday round 11:30 a.m.

The 2 illegally entered the USA, in response to a information launch Friday.

The Saskatoon Police Service mentioned U.S. authorities are contemplating the implications and any potential motion because of an unlawful entry into the U.S.

It added {that a} press convention will probably be held on Monday relating to any updates.

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Search continues for Saskatoon woman and her son who went missing Friday

Walker and her son had been final seen on July 22 in Saskatoon, and her truck was discovered parked at Chief Whitecap Park on July 25.

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Walker is the CEO of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN), which represents 74 First Nations throughout Saskatchewan.

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Saskatoon police request video surveillance in missing mother and son case

The Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatchewan RCMP, and plenty of different organizations together with the FSIN have been looking for Walker and her son since they had been reported lacking.

Vincent’s father, Andrew Jansen, created an internet site known as findvinnie.ca, to assist carry consciousness and discover his son.

Crimestoppers and police had been providing a $10,000 reward for data to assist discover Walker and her son.

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