The Regina Police Service, with the co-operation of partner agencies, is continuing its investigation into the disappearance of Regina’s Kimberly CRUICKSHANK, with air and ground searches this week. Twenty-seven year-old Kimberly Ann CRUICKSHANK, DOB: 1985-07-12, was last seen on Saturday, March 23, 2013.
On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, with the help of the Civil Air Search & Rescue Association (CASARA) and the RCMP, the Regina Police Service conducted an air search of an area, with a seven-mile radius, around the north extension of Winnipeg Street in Regina. This search did not locate Kim CRUICKSHANK. The area will be focus of a rural ground search on Friday, May 10th with the assistance of RCMP Search and Rescue and an urban ground search on Saturday, May 11th with the help of Search and Rescue Regina (SARR).
Residents in the Uplands and Argyle Park neighbourhoods and the rural area just north of the city are advised that trained searchers may be entering onto private property in order to carry out a visual search. Where possible, searchers will make contact with the property owner to ask permission. Residents in the area are asked to check their own yards, along fences and inside any garages or outbuildings. Contact police if you discover something suspicious.
Anyone who has seen Kimberly Ann CRUICKSHANK or has information on her whereabouts is asked to contact the police at 777-6500, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.