Surrey suspect arrested, released

SURREY — Surrey Mounties arrested a crime suspect who was the subject of a public bulletin.

And then, he was released.

The Surrey RCMP posted a bulletin on Feb. 23rd concerning Erin Norman, 21, of Surrey, who was wanted on two counts of breach of recognizance, one count of possession of stolen property under $5,000, and one count of taking a vehicle without its owner’s consent, all stemming from 2014 investigations.

“This subject represents a threat to the safety of the public and should be considered armed and dangerous,” the RCMP bulletin read.

“Members of the public are asked not to approach Norman and to call 911 if they see him.”

Norman has a tattoo of “MOB” on the right side of his neck. The Surrey RCMP’s High Risk Target Team arrested him this past weekend in the 10300-block of 152nd Street. He then appeared before a judge and was released on bail  pending his next appearance in Surrey provincial court on March 18.