Suspected homicide victim Sheree Fertuck last seen in Sask. 9 months ago

Missing person case upgraded to murder
WATCH ABOVE: Missing person case upgraded to murder

Sheree Fertuck, 51, has been missing for nine months but Saskatchewan RCMP are not giving up on the search to locate her.

Police have received multiple tips from the public, but the Saskatoon woman has not been found.

READ MORE: Mounties calling Sheree Fertuck’s disappearance a homicide investigation

Fertuck was last seen on Dec. 7, 2015 leaving her family’s farm east of Kenaston, Sask.

Her semi truck that she hauls gravel with was found abandoned the following day at a gravel pit further east off Highway 15.

In April, investigators said Fertuck’s disappearance was a homicide investigation. They reached this conclusion after lengthy searches, analysis of evidence and the overall investigation into her disappearance.

To date, police say there has been no banking activity or use of her passport and cell phone.

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Timeline of the investigation into Sheree Fertuck's disappearance.
Timeline of the investigation into Sheree Fertuck’s disappearance. Supplied / Saskatchewan RCMP

Multiple specialized investigative units such as search and rescue, police dogs, civil air search and rescue and the RCMP underwater recovery team have been engaged in ongoing search efforts.

READ MORE: Sheree Fertuck remains missing one month after leaving family farm

Members of the RCMP major crime unit are asking farmers and hunters who locate or observe anything suspicious on rural properties at this time of year to report it to their local police detachment.

Anyone with information, however big or small, can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.