Family of missing Regina woman asks for help from the community
Published Thursday, May 16, 2019 11:15AM CST
Last Updated Tuesday, June 4, 2019 4:50PM CST
Regina Police have repeated its request to the public for help locating 22-year-old Jenaya Wapemoose. The article below was written on May 6, 2019.
The family of Jenaya Wapemoose, who has been missing for over a month, is asking the public to help them in their search.
On Saturday, May 18, a search party will gather at the Creeland Mini Mart at 7th Ave. and Albert St. The search gathering will put up posters and speak with the public.
Anyone who wants to participate can contact Debbie Delorme at 639-205-7084.
The 22-year-old mother hasn’t been seen or heard from since April 7. She is originally from Cowessess First nation, but has always lived in Regina. She was last seen in the 1200 block of Retallack St. and in the 1800 block of Ottawa St.
Wapemoose is described as Indigenous, 5’4”, 130 lbs with shoulder-length wavy brown hair and brown eyes. She has a tattoo of stars on her neck.
Her activity on social media stopped and she hasn’t contacted her family since. Wapemoose’s family says that behavior is completely out of the ordinary.