Four individuals wanted Canada-wide for suspected human trafficking in Western Canada

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      Saskatchewan investigators are asking for public assistance in locating four suspects wanted Canada-wide for suspected involvement in human trafficking in Western Canada, with connections to British Columbia.

      After an 18-month investigation, Saskatchewan RCMP had issued a public advisory in June about four individuals who are wanted on Canada-wide warrants related to an investigation into a suspected human-trafficking group that was operating in Western Canada.

      RCMP are seeking to locate Billy Glenold-Fleury, Mali Jean, Kenny Jouthe, and Benchir Ben Salah.

      Each of these suspects is charged with trafficking persons, material benefit from trafficking persons, withholding or destroying identity documents, and participating in activities of a criminal organization. (RCMP stated that these charges are not sex trafficking or sexual exploitation charges.)

      These individuals have links to B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Quebec.

      Anyone with information about the whereabouts of these individuals is asked to contact your nearest police service or RCMP Detachment; or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

      Mali Jean and Kenny Jouthe are the other two suspects wanted on Canada-wide for involvement in a suspected human trafficking group.

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