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Surrey: $50,000 reward offered for information that could lead to the arrest of a kidnapper

BY , Mar 11, 2020 12:16 AM - REPORT AN ERROR

Surrey RCMP is teaming up with the Bolo Program, a social media site that posts rewards and spreads information about wanted criminals, in hopes of tracking a man wanted for an alleged kidnapping in Surrey last year.

A 50 thousand dollar reward has now been offered for information that could lead to the arrest of Meaz Nour-Eldin, who Surrey RCMP say is also wanted on warrants in BC, Alberta and Ontario for drug trafficking, human trafficking and sexual assault.

In announcing the collaboration with the Bolo Program, Mounties say the attempted kidnapping occurred July 4, 2019 and the alleged victim was located the next day and was treated in hospital for non life threatening injuries.

Police say they are ready to go to trial and are not looking for details about the reported kidnapping, rather they hope the Bolo Program will highlight the ongoing, Canada-wide search for Nour-Eldin and prompt information that will end with his arrest.

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