A search continues for a Metro Vancouver man wanted by police who remains at large.
Back on January 9, Burnaby RCMP had stated that a Canada-wide warrant had been issued for 32-year-old Jory Wade Patrick of Burnaby for uttering threats related to an incident in December in Burnaby.
Today (February 15), the New Westminster Police Department (NWPD) stated that Patrick is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breaking and entering, possession of a weapon, and uttering threats and mischief.
In addition, he is also wanted on a warrant in B.C. for breach of probation.
He is described as an Indigenous male who is 183 centimetres (six-feet tall) and weighs 70 kilograms (155 pounds). He has black hair and brown eyes.
He has tattoos on his left hand stating “JORY” and “AK47”. On his right hand, he has tattoos of flaming dice.
He is known to frequent New Westminster, Surrey, and Burnaby.
Burnaby RCMP had stated in their January 9 news release that he should not be confronted and should be considered dangerous.
NWPD Sgt. Jeff Scott stated in a news release that he should not be approached and anyone who sees him should call 911 immediately.
Last year, Patrick was arrested in Cloverdale on January 26, 2018, after an incident on January 25 involving a police officer being sprayed with bear-mace during a traffic stop in Surrey. He was charged with assault of a police officer, using a weapon during an assault of a police officer, and weapon possession.