Search for a Saskatoon Woman Missing for Nearly a Year Moves to Calgary | The Canadian News

Calgary police say they may have new information in the search for a missing Saskatoon woman.

Mackenzie Lee Trottier was last seen in Saskatoon on December 21, 2020 and may have been seen in Calgary.

“We recently received information that a person matching Mackenzie’s description was seen multiple times in downtown Calgary and we are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact the police,” Const. Gord Fraser said in a press release.

“It has been almost a year since Mackenzie was last seen and her family is deeply concerned for her well-being.”

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The search for Mackenzie Trottier continues, 11 months after the disappearance of the Saskatoon woman

Trottier was 22 years old when she disappeared and is described as being five feet tall and 145 pounds with green eyes and a tattoo on her right ankle.

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At the time of her disappearance, she had medium-length blonde hair that was shaved on the right side, and she was known to wear a different makeup, black yoga pants, and a green jacket.

Saskatoon police also hope to identify a man they believe may have information on Trottier’s disappearance.

Additionally, CCTV footage of the man was collected at a Saskatoon location and is available for viewing on the SPS. Facebook Y Twitter accounts.

Anyone with information on Trottier’s whereabouts, or the identity of the man believed to have information, should contact the Calgary Police Service at 403-266-1234, the Saskatoon Police Service at 1-306- 975-8300 or through Crimestoppers.

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