Saskatoon police say blood on riverbank from missing man; assault charge laid

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SASKATOON - Police in Saskatoon say blood found on the shore of the South Saskatchewan River belongs to a man who disappeared during his stag party.

Gregory Myles MacIntosh was reported missing early on Feb. 2, a few hours after he was asked to leave a bar following a disturbance.

Police say MacIntosh got on a pub crawl bus after leaving the bar and there was fight between two men, one of them believed to be MacIntosh.

The 28-year-old man originally from Lunenberg, N.S., left the bus and shortly after that witnesses saw a person fall into the river.

However, no body has been found.

Police say they have charged a 33-year-old Saskatoon man with aggravated assault in MacIntosh's case.

Geographic location: Saskatoon, South Saskatchewan River, Lunenberg

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