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Title: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: Concerned on November 20, 2010, 06:47:28 AM
Name:   Karina Bethann WOLFE
Date Last Seen:    2010-07-02
Last Seen Location    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Age:   20 Years Old
Date of Birth:   1990-05-07
Race:   Aboriginal Descent
Gender:   Female
Height:   170 cm (5'7")
Weight:   48 kg (110 lbs)
Hair Color:   Medium Brown (Colored light brown/ blonde with Pinkish highlights
Eye Color:   Brown
Distinguishing Features:   Heart tattoo on left hand and small circular birthmark on the right upper lip under the nose.
Clothing Worn at time of disappearance:   Short jeans, blue t-shirt, pink, green, and blue jacket, pink sandals.
File #:   2010-66231
Agency:    Saskatoon Police Service
Additional Information:
Karina WOLFE has just moved back home with her family in Saskatoon. She had placed all her personal property with her family and then received a ride to the area of 20th Street and Ave H, by a friend in the late hours of the afternoon.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of this person please contact one of the following agencies:

Saskatoon Police Service at (306) 975-8214
Crime Stoppers at (306) 931-TIPS (8477) or 1-800-222-8477
http://www.sacp.ca/missing/details.php?id=146 (http://www.sacp.ca/missing/details.php?id=146)

Saskatoon family seeks missing woman, 20
Last Updated: Wednesday, August 11, 2010 | 10:53 AM CST

A search is underway for a Saskatoon woman who's been missing since last month.

Karina Beth Ann Wolfe, 20, was reported missing to police on July 20. She was last seen by family in the 800 block of Appleby Drive on July 2.

Police are concerned because she has had no contact with friends and family, has not accessed her bank account and has not picked up her medication.

She's five feet, seven inches tall with brown eyes and medium length black hair that has been dyed dark pink or red. She also has a heart tattoo on her left hand and a birthmark on her upper lip.

She was last seen wearing blue denim shorts, a blue t-shirt, a multicoloured jacket and pink sandals.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 975-8300 or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2010/08/11/sk-missing-1008.html (http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2010/08/11/sk-missing-1008.html)
Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: raisinpie on December 01, 2010, 12:14:18 AM
Concerned, Thanks for posting that information!  Hopefully the family will soon get some answers.
Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: meganray on January 26, 2011, 10:23:42 AM
Is there any new news on this girls case? I hope her family and friends get answers soon.
Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: debbiec on January 26, 2011, 11:35:54 AM
I've posted a picture of Karina Bethann Wolfe below.
Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: solvy on January 26, 2011, 11:41:48 AM
According to Global Saskatoon Jan 19th 2011 she is still missing.

Current Missing Persons:

Karina Beth Ann Wolfe: Wolfe was last seen by family in the 800 block of Appleby Drive on Friday, July 2, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. At the time she was last seen she was a passenger in a 2001, grey Corvette but was later dropped off in the area of 20th Street and Avenue H South.

Christine Desjarlais: Desjarlais was last seen at 2:00 p.m on July 25, 2010 at her residence in the 500 block Avenue S South.

Victor Mateyshin: Mateyshin was last seen in the afternoon of September 16, 2010. Reported sightings of Mateyshin’s 2005 white Ford Crown Victoria have been followed up by police. Yet despite numerous tips, the 84-year old Dana, Sask man is still missing.

Roberto Joseph Vicente: Missing since October 10, 2010. Vicente's burned-out car was found, about 30 kilometres west of Davidson, on October 13, 2010. Police continue to look for clues.

Chelissa Louise Rachel Funk: Found in good health on November 21, 2010. Family and caretakers have been notified that they have been located.

Monica Charles: Located December 6, 2010. Family members reported that Charles was last seen on Friday, December 3rd at the Lac La Ronge Indian Band.

Ricky Riopel: Riopel was reported missing by his family in August 2010 after they hadn’t seen or heard from him for nearly two years. Investigators believe the confirmed sighting of Riopel was at a healthcare facility in Moose Jaw in October 2009.

Changkouth Thiang, also known as “Dalda”: Thiang was last seen at various locations in the city in early November, 2010. He was reported missing to police on November 17, 2010. Investigation into this file has led Police to believe that there may be suspicious circumstances surrounding his disappearance. Investigators have been unable to find any evidence of normal day to day activity by Thiang and, at the time he was reported missing, Changkouth Thiang was involved in a high risk lifestyle.

Ian Littlecrow-Wesaguate: Littlecrow-Wesaguate left his Pleasant Hill residence at approximately 9 a.m. January 7, 2011 to attend school. He never arrived. Littlecrow-Wesaguate returned home safely on January 14, 2011.

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Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: debbiec on January 26, 2011, 11:45:15 AM

Thanks for the update solvy. I recognize some of those names from here on the site.
Title: Re: Karina Bethann Wolfe | 20 | Missing Saskatoon | Last Seen July 2, 2010
Post by: Ron on November 28, 2015, 10:27:47 AM
Unfortunately her remains have been found.

Remains found of woman missing more than 5 years

SASKATOON - An arrest has been made in the disappearance and death of a woman whose mother last saw her more than five years ago getting into a man's car.

Police on Friday identified human remains found earlier this month as belonging to Karina Beth Ann Wolfe, who was 20 when she vanished in July 2010.

They say they received information that led them to a rural area northwest of Saskatoon, where the remains were found on Nov. 14. DNA tests confirmed Wolfe's identity and her family was contacted this week.

A 33-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder and offering an indignity to human remains. He is to appear in Saskatoon provincial court on Monday.

Wolfe's relatives, who have held yearly vigils to remember her and to raise awareness of missing and murdered aboriginal women, are requesting privacy.

Darlene Okemaysim Sicotte is co-chair of Women Walking Together, a group that advocates for indigenous families who have missing or murdered loved ones. She said the discovery of Wolfe's remains provides closure for her mother, but it's the wrong kind of closure.

"We are going to be here for her support in the coming days and ... we really want the community to pray for strength for her," she said.

Wolfe's disappearance was considered suspicious by police because she lived what they described as a high-risk lifestyle.

Her mother said Wolfe got into a grey Corvette in front of the mother's Saskatoon home on July 2, 2010. Police were able to determine the young woman was later dropped off at an intersection and was last seen in front of a phone booth.

In July 2014, on the fourth anniversary of Wolfe's disappearance, her family led an emotional march that started at the spot where her mother last saw her.

Josephine Longneck, Wolfe's grandmother, said at the time that the family hoped the vigil would make the public take notice of missing persons cases.

"It isn't just Karina that went missing. This is a daily thing where aboriginal people are missing," she said.

Wolfe's mother, Carol, said at the same vigil that she would never stop looking for her daughter.

"The last time I saw her ... I asked Karina if she was coming home that evening and I told her that I loved her."

— With files from CKOM

By The Canadian Press