People with outstanding warrants in Surrey, in a photo released Monday by Surrey RCMP.

‘Naughty list’ in Surrey includes 10 ‘prolific offenders with outstanding warrants’

RCMP: ‘We are asking for the public’s help with any information on these persons’ whereabouts’

Ten people with outstanding warrants have made a “naughty list” released by Surrey RCMP on Monday.

In doing so, they’re “making a list and checking it twice.”

“Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s help to track down a number of people on our naughty list this holiday season,” the release states.

“The following prolific offenders have outstanding warrants in Surrey and our officers would like to see them apprehended before the new year so that everyone can have a safe and happy holiday season”:

1. Yannick LePage, 39 years old. Wanted for: Failure to Comply with Probation x 2, Drive While Prohibited x 2.

2. Brett Bessembinders, 29 years old. Wanted for: Breach Undertaking, Obstruct Police Officer, Drive While Prohibited.

3. Abbie Lee, 43 years old. Wanted for: Break and Enter to Commit Offence.

4. Daylen Pike, 20 years old. Wanted for: Breach of Undertaking.

5. Bryce Telford, 21 years old. Wanted for: Breach of Undertaking, Dangerous Operation Motor Vehicle, Drive While Prohibited.

6. Cyra Smith, 27 years old. Wanted for: Drive While Prohibited.

7. Derek Chapman, 34 years old. Wanted for: Mischief, Breach of Undertaking.

8. David Cline, 54 years old. Wanted for: Deal with Identity Document, Identity Theft.

9. Ante Dragusica, 43 years old. Wanted for: Robbery, Theft of Motor Vehicle, Mischief x 2, Unlawful Possession of ID Document x2, Identity Theft, Unauthorized Use of Credit Card Data.

10. Dillon Rawlinson, 26 years old. Wanted for: Fail to Comply with Probation, Theft Under $5,000, Possess Firearm While Prohibited.

“We are asking for the public’s help with any information on these persons’ whereabouts,” Cpl. Elenore Sturko said in a release. “We know that prolific offenders account for a high percentage of crimes in our community, and have a significant impact on public safety. To the individuals on this list, take this opportunity to make a fresh start for 2019, by turning yourselves in.”

Anyone with more information on these individual’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or visit solvecrime.ca.

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