Searchers find body of missing Sask. woman
Published Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:46AM CST
RCMP are not ruling out foul play in the death of a Saskatchewan woman who had not been seen by her family since Christmas Eve.
Mounties say the body of Emiline Marie Kitchener was discovered by volunteer searchers in a field on the Shoal Lake First Nation, about 90 kilometres east of Nipawin, Sask.
A family friend reported seeing the 34-year-old woman in a Nipawin bar on Jan. 4.
Kitchener's family reported her missing last Saturday -- a day after her cellphone was noted to be active in the Saskatoon area.
Police say Kitchener had possible ties to Sturgeon Lake, Sask., and The Pas, Man.
An autopsy is scheduled.