The Calgary Police Service is grateful for the overwhelming community support in relation to the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Nathan O’Brien and Kathryn and Alvin Liknes.
Investigators have a 30-day search plan in effect that is intelligence driven, which cannot be shared outside of law enforcement in order to protect the integrity of the investigation. We are systematically searching locations that have a high likelihood of locating evidence utilizing officers from the CPS, RCMP and provincially sanctioned civilian search organizations. The Service has and will continue to dedicate as many resources as necessary to complete what has become a highly sensitive, and complex, investigation.
At this time we do not require assistance from the public in relation to searching public property, however we appreciate the outpouring of community support.
Investigators continue to ask private land owners and businesses with rural property to check their property for anything suspicious.
We thank the public, especially the residents of Airdrie, for their tremendous support and tireless efforts to aid in the investigation.
If the investigation reaches a point where public assistance is required, we will reach out through our local media, government and social media.