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Home of missing five-year-old Native girl searched

Police in Regina, Saskatchewan, again searched the home of a missing five-year-old Native girl on Thursday.

Tamra Keepness was last seen at her home the night of July 5. Police are focusing on the family in hopes of locating her and have said there were many "comings and going" the night she went missing.

Keepness' stepfather was jailed for an assault that allegedly occurred in the early morning hours of July 6. He was granted bail yesterday and was released.

Police are still looking for information on two vehicles that may be related to Tamra's disappearance. They are testing a burnt-out van that was recovered outside of Regina.

The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations continues to search for Tamra. Police called of their search but are offering a $25,000 reward. People can call 1-866-80-TAMRA with information.

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Stepfather of missing Regina girl granted bail (CBC 7/22)
Stepfather of missing Regina girl granted bail (CBC 7/22)
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Police execute search warrant on Regina home of missing five-year-old girl (CP 7/22)

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