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RCMP continue pursuit of Terrace, BC man

Although the search for three wanted men believed to be armed and dangerous has shifted out of province, the police are renewing their request for the public’s help.

Prince George RCMP investigators are working with investigators in Alberta in an attempt to locate 40 year old Sameer Madhok and 30 year old Mark Anthony Stewart, both of whom have arrest warrants from a weapons possession and theft of motor vehicle investigation in Prince George earlier in February.

Terrace RCMP have an arrest warrant for 27 year old Eric Maurice Cardinal who is believed to be with Madhok and Stewart.

Late last week the Calgary Police Service recovered the white Hyundai XG350 sedan that Madhok and Stewart are accused of stealing from Prince George.

The Prince George RCMP believes these men likely have access to firearms and are threats to the public. All three men are prolific offenders, have lengthy Criminal histories and should be considered Armed & Dangerous. Do not approach these men, call police immediately.


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