Terrace RCMP searching for Nass Valley man wanted on arrest warrant

Man wanted in relation to forcible entry, assault charges

Terrace RCMP are searching for Terry Stevens, 30, of the Nass Valley, who is wanted in relation to forcible entry, assault and breach release order chargers, according to a June 24 RCMP press release. (Terrace RCMP handout photo)

Terrace RCMP are searching for a man wanted on an arrest warrant.

Police are searching for Terry Stevens, 30, from the Nass Valley, according to a Terrace RCMP press release.

“[Stevens] is wanted in relation to Forcible Entry, Assault, and Breach Release Order charges,” the release states.

He is described as an Indigenous man, 5 ft. 9 in. tall, 150 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes.

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