Police seek security footage as search continues for missing woman
Kandice Singbeil was last seen in 2015. (Courtesy Saskatoon Police Service)
Saskatoon police are asking downtown businesses for security footage that might help them locate a woman missing for more than two weeks.
Kandice Marie Singbeil, 32, was last seen on the morning of May 25 riding a bike on the 200 block of Third Avenue South.
Investigators are requesting businesses with surveillance video from the mornings of May 25 to May 27 to contact police. The footage may aid in the investigation, police said in a media release.
A number of Singbeil’s family members and friends told police they are concerned about her well-being — not only because she has not been heard from since she was reported missing, but also because she’s involved in what police said is a “high-risk lifestyle.”
Singbeil is described as white, 5-4 and 166 pounds with brown eyes and shoulder length brown and blonde hair. Her lower lip is pierced and she wears glasses.
Her bike is a dark-coloured cruiser with whitewall tires and a faux wood grain chain guard.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts or who has seen her bike is asked to contact police at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.