Family of missing Kandice Singbeil to hold march this week
33-year-old woman went missing May 2015
Friends and family of a missing Saskatoon woman will gather together this weekend to commemorate the one-year anniversary of her disappearance.
33-year-old Kandice Singbeil went missing last year. She was last seen riding her distinctive "Cruiser Classic" bicycle in downtown Saskatoon last May. No one has heard from her since.
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In December, Singbeil's family made a public appeal for any information related to the case.
"Somebody knows something," said Singbeil's mother, Pauline. "Nobody just disappears."
Kandice is white, 5'4" in height and weighs 166 lbs. She has shoulder-length brown and blonde hair. She has brown eyes and wears glasses. Her lower lip is pierced.
Police said her bicycle is very distinctive. It's a dark coloured men's Supercycle Cruiser Classic with whitewall tires and a faux-wood grain chain guard.
The march will be held Saturday, May 28th, starting at 7 p.m. CST at the Saskatoon Police Service's downtown headquarters. It will end at River Landing.