Family of missing Ashley Morin issues $25K reward for information ahead of final awareness walk

Ashley Morin’s family says they will not stop searching for answers, and are offering a $25,000 reward for information that would reunite them ahead of leaving on their fourth and final awareness walk.

On Sunday, it will be four years since Morin, then 31-years-old, went missing from North Battleford. In July 2019, one year after her disappearance, Saskatchewan RCMP said they believed Morin was the victim of a homicide.

Shawna Spyglass, Morin’s godsister, read a statement on behalf of Morin’s mother that said there’s not a minute that goes by without thinking about her.

“We as a family hardly celebrate any holidays or gatherings, as it hurts so much. A huge piece of our family is missing and she’s out there somewhere,” she said.

“We are never giving up.”

“You never really know what a family goes through until it happens to your own family,” Spyglass said afterward, choking back tears.

Mike Bird, Morin’s cousin and a spokesperson for the family, said that Friday’s walk will be the final walk

Dorthea Swiftwolf from the victims services unit with the Saskatoon Police Services said the family decided this is the final year of the walk because “traditionally we do things in [groups of] four.”

“This is the fourth year that she’s been missing, the fourth year that the family has no closure,” she said.


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