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Wanted man believed to be living in Terrace BC area

Quentin Barry Stevens - Lisims/Nass Valley RCMP
Quentin Barry Stevens
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The Lisims Nass Valley RCMP are requesting the public's assistance in locating a man wanted on a province-wide warrant who is believed to be living in the Terrace area.

A province-wide warrant was issued for Quentin Barry Stevens, 38, Feb. 19 for offences related to a violent assault which occurred in Greenville, BC in October 2013, said police in a release today, March 4.

Stevens, a resident of Greenville, was last seen on February 17, 2014, near Chilliwack and police believe he may now be residing in the Terrace area, continued the release.

He has an extensive criminal record for violent offences and is believed to be aware of his outstanding warrant of arrest.

Stevens is described as 188 cm (6'2") tall, weighing 105 kg (230 lbs), and has brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information as to the whereabouts of Stevens, please contact your local police or the Lisims Nass Valley RCMP at 250-633-2222.

If you would like to remain anonymous, please call CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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