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Update: Missing FSIN exec and son found safe in Oregon

Dawn Walker and her son Vincent Jensen are safe and well say Saskatoon police.
Dawn Walker
Dawn Walker and son Vincent Jensen were last seen Friday, July 22.

SASKATOON — The Saskatoon Police Service in conjunction with the United States Department of Homeland Security have located missing persons Dawn Walker and her son Vincent Jansen. The two were found in Oregon City, Oregon, at approximately 11:30 a.m. Both are reported to be safe and well.

Police say a multi-agency investigation was successful in establishing that the two had illegally entered the United States and they were tracked to Oregon City.

At this time, states a release from Saskatoon police, U.S. authorities are considering the implications and any potential action as a result of an illegal entry into their country. Pending any action by U.S. Authorities, Dawn Walker will be returned to Saskatoon to meet with investigators.

U.S. agency representatives in consultation with the SPS are currently working out the details of returning Vincent Jansen to a legal guardian, states the release.

The Saskatoon Police Service Missing Persons Unit worked on this investigation along with support from numerous SPS units, government agencies, the RCMP, Saskatoon Fire Department, FSIN, external private industry partners, members of the general public, Canadian Border Services Agency, Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, the Billings Police Dept., Oregon City Police Dept. and the West Linn Police Dept.

Saskatoon police say the investigation will continue to unfold rapidly, announcing that a media availability is scheduled for Monday regarding any updates.

The Saskatoon Police Service continues to ask for anyone with information in regard to this investigation to contact the SPS at 306-975-8300, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or your local law enforcement agency. 

FSIN was about to announce reward

Media became aware there were likely results in the investigation this morning when the press conference scheduled by the FSIN to announce a reward for information on their missing executive, Dawn Walker, and her son has been cancelled. No other information was forthcoming from FSIN at that time.

Walker is the executive operating officer for FSIN and an author.

It was recently announced Walker is one of three people nominated for the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour.