Disappearance of Megan Gallagher being treated as a homicide by Saskatoon police
Gallagher, 30, has been missing since September of 2020
The Saskatoon Police Service say the missing person case of Megan Gallagher, 30, is now being investigated as a homicide.
Major Crime Section has been assisting the missing persons detail in the investigation. In a press release, officials say they have spoken to several people in regards to Gallagher's disappearance. However, there are others police wish to speak with, officials say.
Anyone who had contact with Gallagher, either in person or via phone, text or social media between Sept. 19 and 30, 2020 is asked to contact police.
Gallagher has been missing since Sept. 19, 2020, when she was last seen by a friend.
On Sept. 20 she was captured on a surveillance video at a convenience store at around 6 a.m. on the 3700 block of Diefenbaker Dr. in Saskatoon.
Police say she was wearing a black Cabella's hoodie, black pants and a light blue shirt underneath her hoodie.
Gallagher has several tattoos including a half sleeve with a large owl from shoulder to elbow, a crossbow behind her ear, a rainbow coloured feather on her ankle and the names Jake and Adam beneath her arm. She also has "#13" on her hand.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Saskatoon Police Service at (306) 975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.