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Reward extended another year
The $25,000 reward that was put in place four months after five-year-old Tamra Keepness went missing July 5, 2004, has been extended again through a unanimous vote of the Regina Board of Police Commissioners. And once more, the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and the Saskatchewan First Nations’ Women’s Commission along with the Regina Police Service, the Regina Treaty/Status Indian Services and SaskEnergy, hosted a barbecue on the anniversary to remind the public of the missing child. The RPS is continuing to investigate the disappearance having conducted hundreds of interviews and followed up on thousands of tips and leads.
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