Tuesday, January 17, 2023

Prince Rupert RCMP seek assistance of public on Missing person file

The Prince Rupert detachment of the RCMP has issued a call for assistance from the public towards locating a 27 year old male, Tre Spencer-Wilson, who is now considered missing.

In their notes on the file that has been opened the RCMP outline that: On January 9, 2023 just before midnight, the Prince Rupert RCMP received a call about him from a relative who was concerned for his wellbeing. Due to the concerns for his safety, police attempted to locate him but were not successful. Despite extended efforts over the past week, members still have not been able to locate him.  

The name may be familiar to those who follow the Prince Rupert RCMP social media stream and detachment website, the subject of the Missing Persons file has also been note as part of their Wanted listings in the past.

Something that Constable Gabriel Gravel made note of with todays information statement.

"While I understand Mr. Spencer-Wilson might want to hide from police in order to avoid dealing with his un-endorsed warrants, and that friends and family might be trying to protect him, at this time his safety is the number one priority. 

Based on the report we received, we have genuine concerns for his wellbeing and he needs to be located so we can assess him and address those concerns. 

The warrants will only be dealt with once that's done and he is confirmed to be safe.",  --  Constable Gabriel Gravel, media relations officer for the Prince Rupert RCMP.

Mr. Spencer (image above) is describe as follows:

Indigenous man 
178cm (5' 10); 90kg (198lb) 
Black hair; Brown eyes 
Visible neck tattoos (see attached photo).

The Prince Rupert detachment also notes that he is still considered dangerous and should not be approached. 

Anyone with information on his whereabouts are asked to call the Prince Rupert RCMP at 250-624-2136 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). 

The RCMP statement from today can he reviewed here.

More notes on the work of Emergency Responders in the Northwest can be explored here.

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