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Family Desperate After Suspicious Disappearance Of Female Trucker


A female trucker has been missing under suspicious circumstances for over a week — and her family is desperate to find her.

Strange Circumstances Surround Disappearance of Trucker

51-year-old Sheree Fertuck of Saskatoon is a single mother of three and worked as a gravel truck driver. She was last seen leaving her family’s farm near Kenaston on December 7 around 1:30 p.m. Her truck was discovered at a gravel pit off of Highway 15 around 8 a.m. on December 8. Her coat, cell phone, and keys were still in the truck, but there was no sign of Fertuck. There were no signs of a struggle in her truck or the surrounding area, but her mother believes she may have been abducted.

Fertuck’s family says that her disappearance is totally out of character for her. The Saskatoon RCMP also believe that Fertuck was a person of habit and that her disappearance is suspicious.

Police Can Find No Trace of Truck Driver

Police have used tracking dogs to search the area surrounding the gravel pit, but they haven’t found a trace of the missing trucker. RCPM has also asked locals to check their property for any suspicious items like shoes or vehicle tracks.

Fertuck is 5’4″ and around 250 pounds. She has greying brown hair and blue eyes. She was last seen wearing grey sweatpants, a grey sweater, and white tennis shoes.

RCPM Asks for Help Finding Driver

Police are asking for help from the public to locate Fertuck. They are particularly interested about any suspicious activity that was witnessed in the area between 1 p.m. on December 7 and 8 a.m. on December 8. If you saw Fertuck or her truck between those hours, police would like you to contact them. Additionally, police are looking for video or photos taken near GPS location North 51 degree 2951.3, W 105 degree 5505.5 during the hours in question.

If you have any information, please call the police at 306-975-5145 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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