Surrey RCMP releases ‘naughty’ list

Surrey RCMP has released a list of their top ten most wanted offenders ahead of the holiday season.

  • Dec. 21, 2016 1:00 p.m.

These men have made it onto Surrey RCMP's 'naughty' list this Christmas.

Surrey RCMP has released a list of their top ten most wanted offenders ahead of the holiday season, and are hoping the public can assist with information leading to the arrest of these individuals.

The people who are on the Surrey RCMP’s holiday “top ten” list are each wanted for numerous charges.

“Just like a certain red suited man, the Surrey RCMP have their own naughty and nice list,” says Sergeant Alanna Dunlop in a release. “Our holiday wish is for every one of these individuals to be behind bars as soon as possible to ensure we all have a safe holiday season here in Surrey.”

The list below provides the name, age and a reduced list of charges for each person. The men on the list range in age from 22 to 48 years old.

If you see any of these men, police warn not to approach them and contact the Surrey RCMP or Crime Stoppers as soon as possible:

 

  1. Anil Gill, 35. Wanted for: Breach of Undertaking or Recognizance x 6, Resist or Obstruct Police Officer
  2. Ravinesh Sharma, 30. Wanted for: Canada wide warrant
  3. Shawn James Lachance, 25. Wanted for: Assault, Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose
  4. Lane Dylan Gray, 37. Wanted for: Assault
  5. Jamie Ryan Lien, 38. Wanted for: Numerous firearms related charges, Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle
  6. David William Anaka, 37. Wanted for: Canada wide warrant
  7. Robert Grattan, 31. Wanted for: Canada wide warrant
  8. Stephen George Farmer, 31. Wanted for: Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Drive While Prohibited
  9. Franciscus Johannes Feenstra, 48. Wanted for: Trafficking, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Theft Under, Break and Enter
  10. Marcel Daniel Duke, 22. Wanted for: Uttering Threats x 2

 

Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers, if they wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.

 

Just Posted

Noted fiddlers bring kids to Surrey stage for ‘A Celtic Family Christmas’ concert

Bell theatre date for Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy as they reunite for 23-city tour of Canada

Surrey-based business donates $1M to hospital’s children centre improvements

Surrey Hospital Foundation kicks off campaign for ‘transformation’ of children’s centre

OUR VIEW: Surrey’s unsung heroes inspire

The Now-Leader was proud to celebrate some deserving unsung heroes in this city on Wednesday night

North Delta family raising money for brain cancer treatment

23-year-old Tashina Janus and her family are raising funds to get her immunotherapy in the U.S.

Surrey opera singer brings Mozart’s ‘Così fan tutte’ to Vancouver stage

Nancy Hasiuk-Lay has been hailed for her ‘sparkling and crystalline vocal tone’

Metro Vancouver mayors cancel Surrey LRT in favour of SkyTrain

Surrey mayor claims he can extend Skytrain for the $1.65 billion already committed to light rail

Hunter who saved B.C. man pinned inside smashed truck says ‘God was sending me to him’

Sayward man describes chance discovery of Duncan Moffat, 23, in northern Vancouver Island woods

Road-weary Canucks thumped 6-2 by Wild

Vancouver hosts the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday

Toronto private school didn’t report alleged sexual assault to police

Police say a sexual assault at an all-boys Catholic institution was not reported to them

China says butt out; Canada calls for release of “arbitrarily” detained Muslims

A Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman accused Canada’s envoy of going beyond their diplomatic roles

Dead Saskatoon tattoo artist’s skin removed and preserved

The skin was removed in honour of the well known artist’s work

Lower Mainland couple missing in Thompson-Okanagan area

Barriere RCMP received a missing persons report for two senior overdue travellers

Vancouver Warriors cancel first 2 weeks of season as labour dispute continues

The announcement means games scheduled for Dec. 1 and Dec. 8 will no longer be played

B.C. Realtor suspended after helping intern forge note about sick grandma

Vancouver real estate agent Jaideep Singh Puri has to pay fine, take ethics course

Most Read