Man wanted by Barriere RCMP still on the lam

Believed to be in the Barriere/Kamloops area, Layton Daniel MacLaren, 25, should not be approached if you spot him

Barriere RCMP are still looking for 25-year-old Layton Daniel MacLaren as he is wanted for a number of offences in the area.

MacLaren is described as five feet five inches tall, weighs approximately 119 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes.

MacLaren is believed to be in the Barriere/Kamloops area, and is wanted for possession of identity documents belonging to another person, and failure to comply with probation, and he is presently awaiting disposition on charges of trespassing at night, theft under $5000, and possession of stolen property under $5000.

“Barriere RCMP has been looking for MacLaren since the warrant was issued and despite following up on numerous tips and possible sightings we have been unable to locate him,” said Barriere RCMP Detachment Commander Cpl. Robert Welsman. “We are once again appealing to anyone who may have information about his whereabouts to contact police. If you wish to provide your tip anonymously, go to Crimestoppers online, or call the BC Crime Stoppers Tip Line at: 1-800-222-8477.”

Welsman advises that members of the public who may spot MacLaren should not approach him but should immediately contact the Barriere RCMP at 250-672-9918.

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