Canada-wide warrants on two Prince George men

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating two men wanted on Canada Wide Warrants.

Tim Ayotte (left) and Vincent Albert Martin are wanted by the Prince George RCMP for Canada-wide warrants.

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating two men wanted on Canada Wide Warrants.

On Jan. 24, a Canada Wide Warrant for Being Unlawfully at Large was issued for 25-year-old Tim AYOTTE. The arrest warrant was issued after AYOTTE failed to meet the conditions of his release by missing curfew at his designated residence in Prince George, BC.

AYOTTE has an extensive Criminal Record, mostly from incidents that occurred in the Whitehorse, Yukon area.

AYOTTE is described as:

• Caucasian male

• 178 cm (5’10”)

• 77 kg (170 lbs)

• Brown hair

• Brown eyes

 

On Feb. 8, a Canada Wide Warrant for Being Unlawfully at Large was issued for 38-year-old Vincent Albert MARTIN. The arrest warrant was issued after MARTIN failed to meet the conditions of his release by missing curfew at his designated residence in Prince George, BC.

MARTIN has an extensive Criminal Record from incidents that occurred in Prince George and the Vancouver area. MARTIN should be considered VIOLENT.

On Wednesday February 8th, 2017, a Canada Wide Warrant for Being Unlawfully at Large was issued for 38 year old Vincent Albert MARTIN. The arrest warrant was issued after MARTIN failed to meet the conditions of his release by missing curfew at his designated residence in Prince George, BC.

MARTIN has an extensive Criminal Record from incidents that occurred in Prince George and the Vancouver area.

MARTIN is described as:

• Male of mixed race

• 183 cm (6’0”)

• 79 kg (174 lbs)

• Black hair

• Brown eyes

• Mustache & goatee

Both men are considered violent and all efforts to locate them have been negative.If located, contact the RCMP or the police of jurisdiction in your area.

 

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