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HAGI

 
MOHAMUD HAGI
WANTED FOR MURDER
Murder, Windsor, 2007
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Warning

Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. This suspect may be armed and dangerous.

Tips

Report any information to 911, the Windsor Police Service at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com/270.

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Reward

The Windsor Police Service offers a reward up to $10,000 CAD for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect. In cooperation with the Windsor Police Service, the Bolo Program offers an additional reward up to $50,000 CAD for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect. The Bolo Program reward is only available until October 16, 2019.

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Case:

At around 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 22, 2007, the Windsor Police Service (WPS) responded to an emergency call in an alley behind the Box Office Bar, in the 500 block of Pelissier Street, in the downtown area of Windsor, Ontario. A fight had broken out and a man was shot multiple times. The victim, Luis Acosta-Escobar, later succumbed to his injuries, leaving behind his family, partner and then 19-month old son.

Mohamud Abukar Hagi is wanted by WPS on a Canada-wide warrant for the murder of Acosta-Escobar. Hagi has been actively evading arrest since 2007. He has since reportedly been seen in Windsor, Toronto and Edmonton. He has been known to disguise himself as a woman to evade the authorities. 

Anyone offering Hagi assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact. Section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada states that “every one who is an accessory after the fact to murder is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life.”

Description:
First Name:
Mohamud Abukar
Last Name:
Hagi
Alias:
O.O., Uh Oh, Jamal
Gender:
Male
Born:
January 1, 1983
Nationality:
Somalian (immigrated to Canada in 1992)
Language spoken:
English, Somali
Last known residence:
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Height:
5 ft 9 in / 175 cm
Weight:
160-190 lbs / 73-86 kg
Eye Colour:
Brown
Hair Colour:
Black
Also look for:
Scars on left cheek and right forearm
Crime location:

TEIXEIRA

 
BRANDON NATHAN TEIXEIRA
WANTED FOR MURDER
Murder, Surrey, 2017
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Warning

Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. This suspect is considered armed and very dangerous.

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Reward

In cooperation with Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, the Bolo Program offers a reward up to $50,000 CAD for any information leading to the arrest of Teixeira. This reward is only available until October 3, 2019. Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers offers an additional $5,000 CAD reward for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect.

 

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At approximately 2 a.m. on Monday, October 23, 2017, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Surrey Detachment responded to an emergency call near King George Boulevard and Crescent Road in Surrey, British Columbia. The first officers on the scene found a male suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. The victim, Nicholas Khabra, was rushed to hospital but later succumbed to his injuries.

Brandon Nathan Teixeira is wanted by the RCMP on a Canada-wide arrest warrant for the murder of Nicholas Khabra. 

Teixeira has strong ties to the Lower Mainland of British Columbia as well as Alberta. Investigators believe he may be hiding somewhere in the Lower Mainland or have fled to Calgary or Edmonton. But he could be hiding anywhere in Canada. 

Teixeira is considered armed and extremely dangerous. He is well known to the police for crimes committed in the Lower Mainland.

Anyone offering him assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact. Section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada states that “every one who is an accessory after the fact to murder is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life.”

Description:
First Name:
Brandon Nathan
Last Name:
Teixeira
Alias:
K, Colby, Kobe
Gender:
Male
Born:
February 27, 1991
Place of birth:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality:
Canadian
Language spoken:
English
Last known residence:
Metro Vancouver
Height:
5 ft 10 in / 178 cm
Weight:
161 lbs / 73 kg
Eye Colour:
Brown
Hair Colour:
Brown
Also look for:
Snake tattoo on left side of chest, sleeve tattoo on left arm
Crime location:

DMONTE

 
CONOR D’MONTE
WANTED FOR MURDER, CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MURDER
Murder, Vancouver, 2009
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Warning

Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. This suspect may be armed and dangerous.

Tips

Report any information to 911, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team at 1-877-551-4448, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477, online at www.solvecrime.ca or by downloading the P3 Tips app.

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Reward

In cooperation with Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, the Bolo Program offers a reward up to $100,000 CAD for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect. This reward is only available until July 30, 2019.

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Shortly after 4 p.m. on Friday, February 6, 2009, gunfire broke out in the busy parking lot of the Thunderbird Village Mall, in the Vancouver suburb of Langley, British Columbia. Witnesses described a frantic scene, with multiple shooters firing at a grey Lincoln pickup. Bystanders could have easily been wounded or killed by stray bullets or fleeing vehicles.

This well-planned hit was part of an ongoing war between Lower Mainland gangs. The target, 26-year-old Kevin LeClair, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and died in hospital two days later. He was a known gang member who had switched allegiance from the United Nations (UN) gang to its rivals, the Bacon brothers and their allies, the Red Scorpions.

On January 24, 2011, after many years of investigation, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) charged several UN gang members for the murder of LeClair. In 2014, after a 3-year international manhunt, a well-known UN hitman was located and apprehended in Mexico and returned to Canada. He was convicted of first-degree murder on June 1, 2018. Furthermore, on July 27, 2018, another individual involved in the murder was located and arrested in Oshawa, Ontario.

Also charged for LeClair’s murder is Vancouver-native Conor Vincent D’Monte. D’Monte is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for the murder of LeClair, as well as for conspiracy to murder the Bacon brothers and their associates. D’Monte fled Canada in early 2011 and was last seen in August 2011 in Southern California. D’Monte is known to have numerous connections, not only in Canada and the United States but also in Asia, Europe, and Mexico.

D’Monte must be considered armed and extremely dangerous. Anyone offering him assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact. Section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada states that “every one who is an accessory after the fact to murder is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life.”

Description:
First Name:
Conor Vincent
Last Name:
D’Monte
Alias:
Brian Black, Manuel Nico Ortega, Benzo, "B", Leonard Gordon Douglas
Gender:
Male
Born:
January 8, 1978
Place of birth:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality:
Canadian, Irish
Language spoken:
English
Last known residence:
Metro Vancouver
Height:
6 ft 01 in / 185 cm
Weight:
201 lbs / 91 kg
Eye Colour:
Brown
Hair Colour:
Black
Also look for:
Balding / shaved head, double moles on right cheek, Asian characters tattoo on right shoulder, “Conrock” tattoo on left shoulder, tiger and dragon tattoo on left upper back, left eye piercing
Crime location:

WHYTE

 
AKIL WHYTE
WANTED FOR MURDER
Homicide, Toronto, 2017
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Warning

Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. This suspect may be armed and dangerous.

Tips

Report any information to 911, the Toronto Police Service at 416-808-2222, or Toronto Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.222tips.com.

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Reward

Toronto Crime Stoppers offers a reward for any information leading to the arrest of the suspect.

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Case:

On Friday, April 21, 2017, at approximately 9:30 p.m., two armed men approached a car parked at a strip mall at the corner of Dufferin Street and Bowie Avenue in York, Toronto. They repeatedly shot the driver at point-blank range and fled the area through nearby backyards.

The victim, Leonard Pinnock, was pronounced dead at the scene. Pinnock’s killing was a random attack: Toronto Police Service reported there was nothing in his background to suggest he was the intended target. He was from Hamilton and had driven one of his friends to Toronto as a favour. Pinnock worked as a courier, a barber, and a DJ. He was also the father of a young daughter.

Video footage, along with tips from community members, helped investigators identify one of the two suspects. Akil Kamal Whyte is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder. He must be considered armed and extremely dangerous.

Whyte is from Toronto and has numerous connections in the Greater Toronto Area. He is also wanted for charges laid in connection with the Project Kronic investigation, which targeted the Driftwood Crips gang.

Anyone offering Whyte assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact. Section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada states that “everyone who is an accessory after the fact to murder is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life.”

Description:
First Name:
Akil
Last Name:
Whyte
Alias:
White, Akil / Whyte, Akil / Whyte, Akil Jamal / AK
Gender:
Male
Born:
September 1992
Height:
5 ft 09 in / 175 cm
Weight:
170 lbs / 77 kg
Eye Colour:
Brown
Hair Colour:
Black
Scars:
Left elbow 3" long on outer elbow
Also Look For:
Left forearm dark birthmark, left shoulder mole, protruding lips
Crime location:

SYCHANTHA

 
SAVANG SYCHANTHA
WANTED FOR MURDER
Murder, Windsor, 2002
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Warning

Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. This suspect may be armed and dangerous.

Tips

Report any information to 911, the Ontario Provincial Police Director of the Criminal Investigation Branch at 1-888-310-1122 or 705-329-6111, or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.222tips.com.

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Reward

The Government of the Province of Ontario offers a reward up to $50,000 CAD for any information leading to the arrest of this suspect.

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Case:

On April 25, 2002, a road repair crew found the body of an 18-year-old man in a Chatham-Kent bush lot, off of Vasik Line, near Highway 401. The victim, Riad Baroud, had been bound and restrained, stripped of his shoes and identification, and extensively beaten.

 The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigation identified “Lay” Savang Sychantha as one of the suspects in this murder case. Baroud worked at Pizza Supreme 2 for 1, at Wyandotte Street East and Pillette Road, in Windsor, Ontario, which was owned by Sychantha.

 On April 22, 2002, a witness saw Baroud get into a white Toyota with Sychantha. Within the next hours, Sychantha and his accomplice would have beaten the victim to death and disposed of his body.

 Sychantha is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for the murder of Baroud. On April 23, 2002, he fled to Laos, where he was born. Investigators believe that he may now have returned to Canada and living in Toronto, Montreal, or Vancouver, under an assumed identity.

 Sychantha must be considered dangerous. Anyone offering him assistance in evading arrest may be considered an accessory after the fact. Section 240 of the Criminal Code of Canada states that “every one who is an accessory after the fact to murder is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for life.”

Description:
First Name:
Savang
Last Name:
Sychantha
Alias:
Lay
Date of Birth:
January 1962
Place of Birth:
Vientiane, Laos
Citizenship:
Canadian, Laotian
Gender:
Male
Height:
5 ft 08 in / 173 cm
Weight:
130 lbs / 59 kg
Eye Colour:
Brown
Hair Colour:
Black
Cultural Background:
Laotian
Other:
Small birthmark on left cheek and under eye, tattoo of dots on left hand
Crime location:

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