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Police suspicious of family in case of missing girl

Police in Saskatchewan, Canada, are focusing on the family of a missing five-year-old Native girl now that they have called off the search.

Tamra Jewel Keepness disappeared from her bedroom on July 5. Police Chief Cal Johnston said there were "comings and goings" at the family's house in Regina that night. Police are investigating several subjects, including some with criminal pasts.

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations has organized a search to replace the one police dropped. About 80 people are still looking for Tamra in Regina.

Get the Story:
Police suspicious of family (The National Post 7/14)
Regina police to re-focus on Keepness family (CBC 7/14)
Tamra's family called 'key target' of police probe (CBC 7/14)
Sask. aboriginals continue search for Tamra (CTV 7/14)
Natives search for lost girl (CP 7/15)

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