Saskatchewan family pleads for Kandice Singbeil’s safe return

SASKATOON – Where is Kandice Singbeil? It’s a question that’s baffled police for nearly seven months after she disappeared without a trace on the streets of Saskatoon.

Now her family is asking anyone with information that could help bring the mother of two home this holiday season to call police.

“We are left with a huge hole in our hearts and never-ending worry in our minds, every day has been an on-going struggle,” said Pauline Singbeil.

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Her family travelled from Swift Current, Sask. to hold a news conference at Saskatoon Police Service headquarters Monday. They say it’s been 203 days since Kandice was last seen.

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They are  now pleading to the public to provide any information that may lead to her safe return, if not for them for her two children.

Her 10-month-old daughter is about to spend her first Christmas without her mother. Her son, who turns nine next week, can’t comprehend why his mother won’t be there.

“We have no answers for his questions, we have no answers for our questions,” said Pauline.

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On May 28, Singbeil’s partner reported her missing to Saskatoon police.

The 32-year-olds’ movements on the night she vanished have been pieced together by police in the weeks that followed as they obtained surveillance video footage from downtown businesses.

Saskatoon police asking for the public’s help in locating Kandice Marie Singbeil, last seen on May 25. Supplied / Saskatoon Police Service

According to acting Staff Sgt. Tyson Lavallee with the Saskatoon police, Singbeil was last seen on May 26 at approximately 1 a.m. CT as she rode her bike, a “Supercycle Cruiser Classic”, north on 3rd Avenue South and then disappeared into the night.

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Singbeil was last seen driving a similar bicycle. Saskatoon Police Service / Supplied

“We believe that there are people in this community that have information that police have not spoken to and we encourage those people to speak to the police, to phone 975-8300 to speak to an investigator or to use Crime Stoppers to contact police with any information they may have into the disappearance of Kandice Singbeil.”

Investigators say in of their hearts they still have hope that they’ll find her. They have conducted ground searches, used air support, followed up on any leads and have reached out to other policing agencies.

“We’ve interviewed over 50 people, we’ve not eliminated anyone as a suspect.”

The biggest challenge in the case, says Lavallee, has been getting first-hand information in regards to Kandice’s disappearance as opposed to hearsay but anyone with information that could crack the case is encouraged to come forward.

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