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Vehicle involved in inter-provincial missing child investigation located in Saskatchewan


The vehicle which is believed to be involved in an inter-provincial missing child investigation has been located in Saskatchewan.

On June 16, RCMP located three children at the Port of Entry in Boissevain, Man. The children had been reported missing since December of 2023.

Their mother, 55-year-old Astrid Schiller, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for child abduction from Durham Regional Police.

She was released from custody because the warrant was not extended into Manitoba.

On June 17, Blue Hills RCMP received a report that the children were missing again.

Schiller was believed to have been driving a white 2018 Mercedes GLC with British Columbia licence plate SJ9 75W.

On June 21, Saskatchewan RCMP received a report of an abandoned vehicle at Pine Creek Regional Park, located between Shaunavon and Eastend, Sask. The vehicle was determined to be the one associated with Schiller.

RCMP said Schiller may have last been seen on June 19 in the Pine Creek Regional Park area with her children— Leon, 12, Christopher, 11, and Thomas, 9.

In another update on Saturday afternoon, RCMP said she may have been in Assiniboia at a business on 1st Avenue West on June 17 around 7 a.m. 

While there is an outstanding warrant of arrest for child abduction from Durham Regional Police, the warrant has not extended into Saskatchewan. According to RCMP, there is no evidence to determine the children are in imminent danger so an Amber Alert is not being issued. 

Schiller and her children may be staying at various campgrounds or parks, but RCMP said they do not have information about a direction of travel or vehicle.

The public is asked to report sightings of the children or Schiller to RCMP or crime stoppers. Top Stories

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