The Slave Lake RCMP were seeking the public’s assistance in locating and providing any information regarding missing person, Francis Nanemahoo. A family member reported him missing on June 14, 2020 at 2 p.m.
However, on June 20 came the update the family was hoping not to hear: Nanemahoo was found dead in Slave Lake.
According to the RCMP release, Nanemahoo was found deceased ‘in the Sawridge Creek’ in Slave Lake.
Witnesses report that he was last seen on June 13th at 3 p.m.
An autopsy was to be conducted on June 23. The RCMP continues to investigate. Anyone with information to assist with the investigation, please contact the Slave Lake RCMP at 780-849-3999 or your local police detachment.
On June 8, 2020, Red Earth Creek RCMP was notified that 35-year-old Christopher Trindle (Also known as Chris Oseemas or Chris Alook) had not been seen or spoken to by family since May 27, 2020. Chris had advised family that he was living at no fixed address in Edmonton at that time and was supposed to contact family after June 1, 2020; however, he has not made contact with family since.
Chris’ family reported him missing as they are concerned for his well-being. Police have not yet been able to locate him.
Christopher Trindle (Also known as: Oseemas/Alook) is described as, 5’10” tall, 160 lbs, with short black hair, brown eyes and is Indigenous.
Christopher Trindle is from the Trout Lake area; however, has been residing in the Edmonton area for some time.