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.

 

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