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[[Category:Missing people from Saskatchewan]]
Latest revision as of 06:39, 8 June 2020
|Location||Prince Albert, Saskatchewan|
|Disappeared||April 3, 2017|
|Missing for||4 years|
|Height||5'1" - 5'3"|
|Weight||110 - 115 pounds|
Happy Mary Charles (Born 1975) is a middle aged woman who was last seen alone in the Kinsmen Park and Prince Albert Collegiate Institute area. She was in consistent contact with her family and planned to seek help for her drug addiction.
- Long, brown hair.
- Brown eyes.
- A scar on her upper lip.
- A scar on her right cheek.
- A rose tattoo on her right thumb. This tattoo has also been reported as being on one of her hands.
- A thin build.
- A light complexion.
Clothing and belongings
- A black baseball cap.
- Dark framed, prescription glasses.
- A small, grey, silver locket with a picture of her son inside.
- A black, long, wool coat.
- Under her wool coat was a black, leather jacket.
- Under her sweatpants were blue, denim pants.
- White shoes.
- A large, black backpack that was full.
- A light coloured purse with long straps.
- A plastic bag.
On April 1, Happy left her residence in nearby La Ronge to do some banking. She contacted a family member on April 2 to inform them she was at the Prince Albert Inn. Security footage from April 3 shows Happy at the city's Walmart with her boyfriend and the Prince Albert Collegiate Institute by herself.
In August 2019, the Prince Albert Police Service released security video screenshots a man they believe might have information on Happy. Human remains were found near Prince Albert in December 2019, but were soon confirmed not to be Happy.
Happy's mother believes she was murdered. Happy's stepfather said he and his family aren't looking to convict anybody, but just want to know what happened to Happy.