Crime Stoppers asking Vancouverites to look out for 5 males

Crime Stoppers asking Vancouverites to look out for five men

They’re a number of the most needed males in B.C.

Not due to being significantly endearing in any approach; fairly the alternative in actual fact. Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers is on the lookout for 5 of B.C.’s “most needed criminals” this Halloween.

“As we enter the darkest and spookiest months of the 12 months, police and Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers stay looking out for B.C.’s 5 most needed criminals who’ve dedicated critical crimes, together with homicide, cash laundering and different offenses. You actually wouldn’t need them at your door on Halloween night time,” the group states in a press launch.

The 5 needed males are:

  • Conor D’Monte, 42, is needed for homicide. He is described as standing 6’1″, weighing 201 kilos, with black hair and brown eyes. He has distinctive tattoos, together with Asian characters on his proper shoulder and ‘Conrock’ written on his left shoulder. He additionally has a tiger and dragon piece on his again.

  • John Norman Mackenzie, 60, is unlawfully at massive. He is described as standing 5’9″, weighing 196 kilos, with greying hair and blue eyes.

  • Cong Dinh, 34, is needed for cash laundering. He is described as standing 5’6″ and weighing 132 kilos, with black hair and brown eyes.

  • Naseem Mohammed, 22, is needed on a number of costs, together with resisting and obstructing police. He is described as standing 5’5″ and weighing 122 kilos, with black hair and brown eyes.

  • Bradley Britten, 40, is needed for failing to adjust to a probation order. He is described as standing 6’2″ and weighing 188 kilos, with brown hair and brown eyes.

The 5 males have been the topic of a press occasion this week in a Metro Vancouver pumpkin patch as a technique to drum up curiosity in the neighborhood. Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers collects ideas frequently, which may result in an arrest.

“Merely said, tricks to Crime Stoppers work,” says the group’s government director, Linda Annis, in launch. “We obtain greater than 5,000 nameless ideas a 12 months for every kind of crimes, together with gang and unlawful weapons offences, and for criminals on the unfastened like our most needed.”

Ideas that result in an arrest are eligible for a reward of as much as $5,000; for 3 of this 12 months’s most needed, Crime Stoppers has teamed up with the Be On the Lookout Program to supply extra cash — up to $100,000 for data on D’Monte and as much as $50,000 for data on Mackenzie and Dinh.

Ideas will be submitted anonymously by way of Crime Stoppers’ downloadable “P3” app for Apple and Android telephones, by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-855-448-8477 or 1-800-222- 8477, or on-line at Ideas will be left in over 100 languages.