Missing boy’s remains found along North Saskatchewan riverbank near Melfort

MELFORT, Sask. – Police say they have found the remains of a little boy who disappeared in Prince Albert, Sask., in the spring.

Sweetgrass Kennedy was last seen on May 10 and Prince Albert police had said evidence suggested the four-year-old fell into the North Saskatchewan River.

Hundreds of volunteers looked for the boy in the community at the time, covering 160 kilometres of riverbank.

His body was found Saturday after Melfort RCMP received a report of human remains along the North Saskatchewan riverbank near James Smith Cree Nation.

Evidence at the scene was sent to Saskatoon for examination by a forensic pathologist and forensic anthropologist.

Police say the coroner confirmed the boy’s identity.

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24 thoughts on “Missing boy’s remains found along North Saskatchewan riverbank near Melfort

  1. Sooo sad Prayers for this lil guys family RIP Sweetgrass Kennedy xoxoxo may love peace joy an God Bless Your Family

  2. Sooo sad Prayers for this lil guys family RIP Sweetgrass Kennedy xoxoxo may love peace joy an God Bless Your Family

  3. May our ancestors walk with this little man and may he be at peace now
    My prayers are with the family and friends

  4. May our ancestors walk with this little man and may he be at peace now
    My prayers are with the family and friends

  5. This COULD be totally legit, but basing from previous experiences, I really wonder if the report is downplayed. Either way, the loss of a totally innocent child who had no chance to do any wrong has now left this world. I hope he’s much happier where he is, (’cause I’m sure his family is going through much worse). <3

  6. My sincerest condolences to the family and a big thank you to the wonderful people who volunteered their time to look for him.

  7. This COULD be totally legit, but basing from previous experiences, I really wonder if the report is downplayed. Either way, the loss of a totally innocent child who had no chance to do any wrong has now left this world. I hope he’s much happier where he is, (’cause I’m sure his family is going through much worse). <3

  8. My sincerest condolences to the family and a big thank you to the wonderful people who volunteered their time to look for him.

  9. My deepest sympathies to his family and community. It is always heartbreaking to lose a child

  10. This is very heartbreaking. I was born in Melfort and This hits very close to home. Tobacco down and prayers up for his loved ones. Konnorónhkwa little one.

  11. Rest In Peace now little man. Your family have you back and will prepare for your next journey.

  12. This is very heartbreaking. I was born in Melfort and This hits very close to home. Tobacco down and prayers up for his loved ones. Konnorónhkwa little one.

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