RCMP searching for runaway inmate in Saskatoon, deemed low safety risk

RCMP searching for runaway inmate in Saskatoon, deemed low safety risk
Inmate at large after escaping from Saskatoon treatment centre
Spencer Norris Bear, 47, walked away from the MACSI Treatment Centre in Saskatoon while on leave from the Whitespruce Provincial Training Centre in Yorkton, Sask., according to a police news release.

Bear is described as about five feet eight inches tall, weighing around 145 pounds, slender build, brown hair and brown eyes. 

Anyone with information about Bear's whereabout its asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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Spencer Bear, an inmate of the Whitespruce Provincial Training Centre, is unlawfully at large after he walked away from the Metis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan (MACSI) Treatment Centre in Saskatoon Thursday evening.

Bear was at the MASCI Treatment Centre while on a leave from the Whitespruce Provincial Training Centre, and was last accounted for at the treatment centre around 8:45 p.m. on Thursday.

Bear is deemed a low risk to community safety. He is described as Indigenous, 59, weighing around 145 pounds with a slender build, brown hair and brown eyes. He also has a scar on his left cheek and a Raven tattoo on his left hand.

Anyone with information on Bears whereabouts is asked to contact the Yorkton Rural RCMP Detachment at 306-786-4500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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