Surrey RCMP looking for more information in sexual interference investigation

Police are asking anyone with information to contact Surrey RCMP Cpl. Brigette Saundry at 604-599-0502, quoting file #2015-116304.

Shahin Bouziane and Brodie Clements

SURREY — Police are fishing for more alleged victims related to an ongoing sexual interference investigation.

The Surrey RCMP’s Special Victims Unit launched an investigation in August 2015 that has led to sexual interference charges being laid against Shahin Bouziane, 20, of Burnaby and Brodie Clements, 23, of Surrey. The alleged victims are two teenaged girls.

“Although charges have been laid against both men, Surrey RCMP SUV continues to investigate this file,” Cpl. Scotty Schumann said. “Police believe there are more witnesses and or victims who have not come forward to date and are releasing photos of the suspects in order to advance the investigation.”

The accused have been released from custody with conditions. Bouziane is not to contact children under 16 except in the company of the child’s parent or guardian. He is also to abide by a 10 p.m. to 6  a.m. curfew, unless authorized otherwise by a bail supervisor, and is not to drink alcohol.

Clements is not to attend public parks or pools where children under 16 may be, to not be in a position of trust or authority over children under 16, to not communicate with that age group by computer or have any contact with then unless with their parent or guardian, and to abide by a 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew unless a bail supervision says otherwise.

Police are asking anyone with information to contact Surrey RCMP Cpl. Brigette Saundry at 604-599-0502, quoting file #2015-116304.

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