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RCMP say Terrace man believed to be armed and dangerous

ERIC Cardinal of Terrace is believed to be armed and dangerous. - CONTRIBUTED
ERIC Cardinal of Terrace is believed to be armed and dangerous.
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The Prince George RCMP is requesting the public's help in locating three wanted men believed to be armed and dangerous and in that city.

Arrest warrants were issued for two men accused of recent criminal offences that have taken place in Prince George.  In addition, a third man wanted out of Terrace, BC, is believed to be in the area and may be associated to these men.

A recent weapons possession and theft of motor vehicle investigation has led to arrest warrants being issued for Sameer Madhok, 40, from Prince George and  Mark Anthony Stewart, 30, man previously from Vanderhoof, BC and Regina Saskatchewan.

The pair are are wanted for theft of a motor vehice, theft over $500, possession of property obtained by crime that's worth more than $5,000 and possession of a weapon dangerous to the the public peace.

Police believe both men are associated with Eric Maurice Cardinal, 27, who is wanted by Terrace RCMP for assault, theft under $500 and two counts of breach of an undertaking.

Police are also looking for a stolen vehicle in connection to the search for the three men. It's a 2005 Hyundai XG350 four-door sedan white in colour with BC licence plate "101 WWK".

"The Prince George RCMP believes these men likely have access to firearms and are threats to the community. All three men are prolific offenders, have lengthy criminal histories and should be considered armed and dangerous," a police statement released today stated.

"Do not approach these men, call police immediately," it continued.

"The arrest of these three prolific offenders is a priority for the Prince George Detachment" says RCMP Inspector Brad Anderson.

"We will use every resource available to seek them out and bring them to court."


 

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