Wanted Criminals: Have You Seen Them?

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RCMP released update to its list of Canada's 25 most wanted people. She hopes to put her hand in the collar of these criminals who are all the subject of an arrest warrant.

The list of the 25 most wanted criminals by the police forces of Canada has been updated. The people in it, all men, are the subject of a warrant for their arrest, explains the deputy commissioner and commanding officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in British Columbia.

“We are not looking for evidence or witnesses to testify in court. When one of our files is the subject of a Bolo campaign, the investigation is already closed, and a judge has issued an arrest warrant against the suspect. The objective is to find the suspect, quite simply.

— Dwayne McDonald, Commanding Officer, BC RCMP

Bolo stands for Be on the lookout, this which means Keep an eye out.

A reward is offered for 11 of the 25 wanted criminals. The sum offered is $50,000 to $250,000, with that quarter of a million being offered for number one on the list, Rabih Alkalil, as Bolo program director Maxime Langlois explains.

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“Rabih Alkhalil is an extremely dangerous individual, he has an extensive criminal record, he has been convicted of murder twice, he has numerous links to organized crime and is the subject of an Interpol red notice.

— Maxime Langlois, Director, Bolo Program

A Red Notice is a request to law enforcement agencies around the world to locate and provisionally arrest a person in the pending extradition, surrender or similar measure in accordance with law. The red notice is not an international arrest warrant. Source : Interpol

Maxime Langlois indicates that the money is given to anyone whose indications lead to the arrest of the wanted criminal.

Be careful, however, because the rewards are offered for a limited time. The aim is to entice people who already know the whereabouts of one of the suspects or who are helping them hide, to give this information to the police. In the case of Rabih Alkalil, information must be provided by May 1, 2023 to qualify for the $250,000.

“The message [to wanted criminals] is simple and clear: 'Call a lawyer or the police and arrange your surrender, for the whole country is looking for you.” »

— Maxime Langlois, Director, Bolo Program

The Bolo Program is a creation and the main activity of the Stéphan Crétier Foundation, a charitable organization launched in 2006. Stéphan Crétier is the founder and CEO of GardaWorld Security Corporation.

Bolo is working with approximately 20 members of the police force and an anti-crime organization from Canada to amplify priority wanted notices for which police services have already requested the public's assistance, such as the x27;indicates its website.

We run amplification campaigns to help these reviews reach a wider audience, using different platforms for extended periods of time,” Bolo explains on his site.

In addition, we offer significant financial rewards to encourage the public to be vigilant and report to the authorities. In short, we reach him at the right time, in the right place, and by using the right means to encourage him to keep an eye out.

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The website, which features the 25 most searched people, publishes a photo of each of them. By clicking on one of the photos, you can access a slideshow presenting a portrait of the suspect, including his possible false name(s), his physical description, a summary of the events which led to his presence on the list and the regions in which he could find yourself.

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