Body of missing 7-year-old boy found, Fort Qu’appelle RCMP confirm
A poster made by the family of Tamaine and Greagan Geldenhuys, thanking the community around Fort Qu’Appelle for their support.
Published Sunday, September 2, 2018 2:45PM CST
Last Updated Sunday, September 2, 2018 2:55PM CST
Fort Qu’appelle RCMP have confirmed that the body of Greagan Geldenhuys was found on Sunday morning.
The confirmation followed several social media posts from family, including Greagan's uncle Darcy Pantel, who indicated that the search ended in tragedy.
Darcy Pantel, Greagan Geldenhuys’ uncle, made this post on Facebook Sunday afternoon. The seven-year-old boy had been missing since Aug. 24. RCMP has not confirmed. pic.twitter.com/Agsk1SXAHN— Michaela Solomon (@michaelaCTV) September 2, 2018
RCMP confirmed the recovery shortly after Pantel's Facebook post.
The discovery of the missing seven-year-old comes a week after his mother, Tamaine Geldenhuys was discovered drowned at the Fort Campground on Aug. 25.
Officials do not suspect foul play in the deaths of the Tamaine and Greagan.
RCMP want to thank the community for their help in the search.