Ian Mountain (left) and Laura Hood both of Chilliwack were two of three listed on Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers weekly most wanted list as of August 27. (Crime Stoppers)

Two from Chilliwack make Crime Stoppers most wanted list

Warrants issued for Laura Hood and Ian Mountain on unrelated matters

Two Chilliwack people made Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers most wanted list this week.

Each week Crime Stoppers issues a most wanted fan out service with three individuals based on information provided by police investigators who need public assistance.

Laura Hood, 23, was a no-show for a July 30 court appearance in Chilliwack so a warrant was issued then, and is still in effect as of August 27.

She is wanted for theft under $5,000.

Hood’s description: height 152 centimetres (5’0”); weight 68 kilograms (150 lbs); with blonde hair possibly dyed black; and green eyes.

Also wanted is Ian Gerald Mountain of Cultus Lake who has an extensive criminal record, and is wanted on more than one file.

Agassiz RCMP said Mountain was wanted back in July on a number of charges, and Crime Stoppers said he is wanted for possession of stolen property over $5,000.

• READ MORE: Warrant issued for prolific offender from Cultus Lake

Mountain is described as an Indigenous male; height 168 centimetres (5’6”); weight 56 kilograms (123 lbs); with brown eyes and black hair. He also has a tattoo of a cross and “RIP” on his left hand.

Anyone with information regarding either Hood or Mountain individuals can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 or through solvecrime.ca. Tips could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000 upon arrest and charge and those sending in tips are not asked for a name nor to appear in court.


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