RCMP Investigating Possible Abduction of Regina Woman Stephanie Bruch


Police are seeking help from the public and the RCMP’s major crimes unit is investigating after getting information regarding a possible abduction that happened late Saturday night.

RCMP is currently looking for 30-year-old Stephanie Bruch and 29-year-old Kelly Baht. A member of the public received a concerning Facebook message from Bruch and reported it to police at about 11:50 p.m Saturday.

RCMP says they are concerned for Bruch’s safety and are looking for any assistance the public can provide.

The initial complaint was sent to the Regina Police Service, which forwarded it to the RCMP dispatch center, which encouraged an immediate investigation from RCMP, and identified Bruch as a suspect, and a suspect car.

Officers responded to the potential location and searched the area. Then, at around 3:15 p.m. Sunday with assistance from the Saskatoon Air Support Unit, and many RCMP detachments, police were able to find the suspect vehicle abandoned in a field near Ituna, Saskatchewan on Highway 10.

Officer claim neither Bruch nor Baht were located with the vehicle.
Just before the vehicle was located, RCMP in Melville received a report of a person approaching a woman after they found a person going through her car. After a brief conversation, the man got into an older, white/light grey small truck with a mini quad in the box.

Officers believe this person was Baht.

He is described as 6ft, 158 pounds with a medium build. He has light brown hair and blue eyes. RCMP didn’t have a clothing description, though members of the public are advised to call 911 if they either Baht or Bruch. The former should not be approached.

Any individual with info on this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers or RCMP to report the information anonymously.


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