UPDATE: On Thursday June 8th, 2017, at approximately 1:30 PM, the Prince George RCMP located and arrested 29 year-old Dustin Cecil MURRAY.
Officers attended an apartment building on the 2400 block of Upland Street specifically looking for MURRAY. The attendance of officers forced the suspect onto the roof of the building.
The officers requested the assistance of the RCMP’s Air 4 helicopter. The aircraft was above the building within minutes, forcing the wanted man back into the building and into the custody of waiting officers.
PRINCE GEORGE, BC: Police are requesting the public’s help to locate a local man wanted for several offences…
Dustin Cecil MURRAY, a 29 year-old male from Prince George, is wanted for the following Criminal Code offences:
- Assault (2 counts)
- Fail to Comply with Probation (4 counts)
These charges stem from an incident that occurred on September 1, 2016 just before 1:00 PM. Police responded to a report of an assault in progress on Upland Street in Prince George. Officers attended and located an adult female victim, but the suspect, believed to be MURRAY, had fled the scene prior to arrival. MURRAY has also breached release conditions from previous Criminal Code investigations.
Investigators believe MURRAY to be residing near the 2400 block of Upland Street and also believe that persons known to him maybe assisting him in evading capture. The Prince George RCMP would like to remind the public that a person assisting a known wanted person can be subject to charges under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Dustin Cecil MURRAY is described as:
- Caucasian male
- 155 lbs.
- Brown hair
- Blue eyes
- Tattoo of the word “LIFE” on the right side of his neck
MURRAY has a long history with police and should be considered VIOLENT. If located, immediately contact the RCMP or the police of jurisdiction in your area by calling 9-1-1. Do not confront MURRAY.
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