Man with South Shore connections missing in Saskatoon

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Gregory “Myles” MacIntosh was reported missing on Sunday, Feb. 2. He was last seen by friends at a Saskatoon bar.

 

Saskatoon Police are investigating the case of a missing 28-year-old man who has Nova Scotia connections.

Gregory “Myles” MacIntosh was reported missing on Sunday, Feb. 2. He was last seen by friends at a Saskatoon bar in the 700 block of Idylwyld Drive North at approximately midnight. His friends attempted to locate him after that time but were not successful.

MacIntosh has South Shore connections. He grew up in Lunenburg and has connections to Lockeport as well.

The Saskatoon StarPhoenix reported that the man was out with his friends celebrating his upcoming wedding when he went missing near midnight.

The newspaper reported that a short time later, police and fire crews responded to a 911 call about an adult walking into the South Saskatchewan River. Witnesses reported that the person fell into the river.

The two incidents are separate investigations, but the similar timelines in each case have raised questions.

The StarPhoenix reported that dangerous waters forced rescue crews to suspend the river search on Sunday.

 

Organizations: Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Geographic location: Saskatoon, South Shore, Nova Scotia Lockeport Lunenburg South Saskatchewan River

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