FSIN asking for help from public in locating missing Indigenous woman and child

SASKATOON – The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is asking for help from the public in locating an Indigenous woman and her son.

In a release, the FSIN executive says Dawn Walker and her seven-year-old son Vincent Jensen were last heard from on Friday, July 22.

The release says the executive believes the mother and son are at significant risk.

Walker is described as Indigenous, approximately 5’ 6“, 120 lbs with a medium build, blond hair and brown eyes. She may be driving a red 2021 Ford F150 with the licence plate 451 MRP

Vincent Jansen is described as 4’2” tall, with a slim build, brown hair and brown eyes.

The FSIN says it is issuing an Amber Alert out of concern for Walker and her son and asks anyone with information on their whereabouts to please contact Saskatoon Police.

However, while the police service says it has opened a missing person file on Walker, it says at this point, the case does not meet the criteria necessary for an Amber Alert.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 25, 2022.


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