Newspaper article The Canadian Press

B.C. Anti-Gang Agency Announces $100,000 Reward for Man Accused of Gang Murder

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

B.C. Anti-Gang Agency Announces $100,000 Reward for Man Accused of Gang Murder

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$100,000 reward offered for accused in gang murder

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SURREY, B.C. - British Columbia's anti-gang agency has announced a reward of up to $100,000 for information that leads to the arrest of Conor D'Monte, an alleged United Nations gang member accused of the 2009 murder of rival gang member Kevin LeClair.

The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC has partnered with the Bolo Program, a public safety innovation project that is leading a social media campaign and offering the reward in co-operation with Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers.

The reward is available for six months and anyone who has information on D'Monte's location is encouraged to contact their local police or Crime Stoppers.

The agency says in 2008 and 2009 the Lower Mainland saw the worst gang violence in its history, with rival gangs openly shooting each other and killing innocent victims in the crossfire. …

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