Updated: Third male suspect linked to forcible confinement incident in Surrey arrested in Toronto

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      Update: 

      Surrey RCMP stated today (February 18) that a male suspect wanted for a forcible-confinement incident in Surrey was arrested in Toronto.  

      On July 2, Surrey RCMP received a report about a male victim held inside a vehicle and was assaulted.

      Two male suspects allegedly involved in the incident turned themselves in on October 2 but a third suspect, William Daniels-Sey, remained at large.

      Surrey RCMP stated that the Toronto Police Service arrested Daniels-Sey on February 16. He will be held in custody until an appearance in court.

      Original article (October 3):

      After a violent forcible confinement incident in Surrey, two male suspects have turned themselves in, but one male remains at large.

      In the early morning on July 2, Surrey RCMP received a report about a male victim was being held against his will inside a vehicle and was assaulted.

      During an ongoing investigation into the incident, three suspects were identified, charged, and wanted on warrants.

      Two of the suspects turned themselves in as of October 2: 22-year-old Hashi Jama Jama and 25-year-old Hassan Avdirazak Shakib.

      Jama is charged with forcible confinement, robbery, and assault.

      Shakib is charged with forcible confinement, use of an imitation firearm while committing indictable offence, and robbery.

      Surrey RCMP are seeking to locate William Daniels-Sey, who is charged with forcible confinement, and robbery.

      He is described as a 21-year-old, dark-skinned male, with black hair, and brown eyes.

      Anyone with information about this incident or the whereabouts of the Daniels-Sey is asked to call Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or, to make an anonymous report, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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