Police Believe That Husband Killed Missing Truck Driver

Police Suspect Husband Killed Missing Trucker

Newly released documents show that police believe that a truck driver who has been missing since December was murdered by her husband.

Missing Truck Driver Considered A Homicide Victim

Gravel truck driver Sheree Fertuck has been missing since December 7. Her family became alarmed when she missed an appointment and later located her truck at a gravel pit near Kenaston with her coat, phone, and keys still inside. Numerous searches were conducted without any results. No body has yet been recovered.

In April, police declared that they were now treating Fertuck’s disappearance as a homicide.

RCPM Suspect Victim’s Husband

Newly released documents show that RCPM has a very specific suspect in mind — Fertuck’s husband Greg. RCMP Corporal Jeremy Anderson wrote: “I have reasonable grounds to believe and do believe that: Greg Mitchell Fertuck, born September 25, 1953 at or near Kenaston, Saskatchewan did commit murder on the person of Sheree Fertuck.

In an official statement, Fertuck’s son Lucas said, “The RCMP are currently investigating Gregory M. Fertuck, who is her spouse and against whom she has an outstanding divorce, child support and property application, for murdering her.”

Fertuck was a mother of three and a new grandmother. The investigation into her disappearance is ongoing.

Sources:
CTV Saskatoon
CBC News