The Abbotsford Police Department has released its list of its 10 most-wanted individuals.

The Abbotsford Police Department has released its list of its 10 most-wanted individuals.

Abbotsford Police release list of 10 most-wanted offenders

Individuals wanted for auto theft, assault, break-and-enter and more

The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) has released a list of its top 10 most-wanted offenders, some of who have evaded arrest for over a year.

Anyone who has information on any of the individuals or knows of their whereabouts is asked to call 911.

1. Roman Savoie, 36, was located in a stolen vehicle in Abbotsford and is now wanted for breaching his probation. (APD file 2014-45691)

2. Joseph Wojtczak, 31, was located in Abbotsford in a vehicle from Kelowna and is now wanted for breaching his probation. (File 2020-11717)

3. Jennifer Weston, 40, was wanted for using a bank card that was stolen from an 80-year-old woman. She was wanted for possession/use of a stolen credit card and possession of stolen property. Police announced on Tuesday (Feb. 16) that she has been arrested. (File 2020-7013)

4. Sara Brown, 36, has outstanding arrest warrants for the dangerous operation of a vehicle, breach of a release order, obstructing a peace officer, possession of stolen property, driving while prohibited, and various charges related to identity theft. (Files 2020-48742 and 2020-38354)

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5. Alfredo Gabriel-Fincaryk, 26, is wanted in connection with multiple break-ins to commercial properties where more than $50,000 worth of merchandise was stolen. He is wanted for three counts of break-and-enter and breach of a release order. (File 2019-50291)

6. Arjun Sandhu, 20, was wanted for assaulting a young woman and uttering threats to hurt and kill the victim and another woman, but police reported on Friday (Feb. 12) that he has now been arrested. Sandhu was of particular interest to the APD domestic violence unit.

7. Matthew Nicholls, 38, has an arrest warrant for charges related to nine offences, including break-and-enter, prohibited driving and breach of his probation order. (File 2020-14130)

8. Ryan Easton, 44, is wanted for punching a young woman in the face, choking her and pointing a gun at her and others during an argument. He is wanted for counts including breaches of his release order and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. (Files 2021-753, 2020-47244 and 2020-45596)

9. Mark Glynn, 38, is wanted for auto theft, driving while prohibited and breaching seven court-imposed conditions. (Files 2020-23194 and 2020-44726)

10. Timothy “Timbo” Myers, 38, is wanted for assaulting a young woman and choking her during the attack. He is wanted for breaching court orders, assault by choking, and mischief. He is another person of interest to the domestic violence unit. (File 2020-25198)

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