Saskatoon Police have announced they will be doing a search of the South Saskatchewan River in relation to the disappearance of Dawn Walker and her seven year old son Vincent Jansen.

In an update provided late Monday morning police said they found a Ford F-150 pickup truck belonging to Walker at Chief Whitecap Park just south of Saskatoon. Police said they also found some personal belongings and as well learned someone had found Walker’s purse in the area this past Saturday and turned it in to RCMP.

The search is set to involve the Saskatoon Police Air Support Unit and other partner agencies.

Police in Saskatoon are searching for the executive operating officer of the FSIN and her six-year-old son who are missing.

Police and the FSIN say 48 -year-old Dawn Walker and her son Vincent Jansen were last seen on Friday night.

Police say she has not been in contact with family or friends since then, which is out of character.

The FSIN also released a statement about Walker’s disappearance on Monday morning saying they believe the two are “significantly at risk.”

Police say Walker is believed to be driving a red 2021 Ford F-150 with the licence plate 451 MRP.

She’s five feet 10 inches tall with a medium build, blond hair and brown eyes. Her son is four feet two inches tall, with a slim build, brown hair and brown eyes.  (They are pictured above.  Photo provided by the Saskatoon Police Service.)

In addition to her work with the FSIN Walker is a well-known author and ran for the federal Liberal Party in Saskatoon in 2021.

Anyone with information on Walker’s whereabouts and her son Vincent Jansen is asked to contact the Saskatoon Police Service at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.