'It never stops': Family of missing Saskatoon woman Megan Gallagher raises billboard in hopes of locating her
Gallagher last seen in September, hasn't been heard from since
Brian Gallagher desperately wants to find his daughter.
On Tuesday, the Gallagher family held a news conference at the corner of Idylwyld Drive and 20th Street W. in Saskatoon to raise awareness around the disappearance of Megan Gallagher.
Megan was last seen leaving a home on Lloyd Crescent on Sept. 18.
Her family has now raised a billboard on Idylwyld Drive in an attempt to find her.
"Megan is a daughter. She's a mom, she's a sister, she's a relative, and she's a fantastic friend to so many," said her father.
"Somebody somewhere has some information that we so desperately need."
Gallagher said his daughter's disappearance has been very hard on his family. When driving around the city, he constantly takes different routes in the hopes he'll find Megan.
"You know, it never stops," he said.
"Your whole life changes in an instant, you know? You don't sleep the same, you don't eat the same, you don't do anything the same."
Megan Gallagher is five foot ten inches tall and weighs 180 pounds, with shoulder-length brown hair and brown eyes.
She has a half sleeve tattoo with a large owl running from her shoulder to her elbow. She also has a cross tattoo behind her ear and a rainbow-coloured feather on her ankle.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Saskatoon Police.