Most Wanted

Most Wanted

Then there were seven

Three men from Surrey RCMP's annual naughty-and-nice list now in custody

The Surrey RCMP made a list, checked it twice, and now have three men from its annual naughty-and-nice list in custody.

In December, the Mounties released their annual top 10 most wanted alleged offenders in hopes the public could help find them. The people on the Surrey RCMP’s “top 10” list are each wanted for numerous charges.

Surrey RCMP now say they have three of the men on the list in custody: Ravinesh Jason Sharma, 30, who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant; Jamie Ryan Lien, 38, who was wanted for numerous firearms-related charges and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle; and Marcel Daniel Duke, 22, who was wanted for uttering threats.

Those remaining on the list range in age from 25 to 48 years old. If you see any of these individuals, police advise you to not approach them, but to contact the Surrey RCMP (604-599-0502) as soon as possible, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca

Still at-large are:

1. Anil Gill, 35 – Wanted for six counts of breach of undertaking or recognizance and resist or obstruct police officer.

2. Shawn James Lachance, 25 – Wanted for assault and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

3. Lane Dylan Gray, 37 – Wanted for assault.

4. David William Anaka, 37 – Wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.

5. Robert Grattan, 31 – Wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.

6. Stephen George Farmer, 31 – Wanted for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and drive while prohibited.

7. Franciscus Johannes Feenstra, 48 – Wanted for trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, theft under, and break and enter.

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