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Charges approved against five men in alleged Port Moody kidnapping

Five men are in custody and face charges including kidnapping and forcible confinement.
Port Moody Police have announced that five men have been charged with kidnapping.

Five men have been charged with multiple offences related to an alleged kidnapping in Port Moody last week.

Port Moody Police (PMPD) have confirmed that Crown counsel has approved charges of kidnapping, conspiracy to commit an indictable offence and forcible confinement against the men.

The charges relate to an incident on Wednesday (April 19) when a man in his 40s was pulled into a vehicle on Murray Street near Brewer's Row.

Two days later, on April 21, the man was rescued by authorities in Mission.

Several men were arrested on Saturday (April 22) after investigators from Port Moody and Vancouver executed multiple search warrants in the Lower Mainland.

The charges have been laid against the following individuals, who remain in custody (in alphabetical order):

  • Michael Albrecht 
  • Cameron Duffin 
  • Delaney Donaghy
  • Oliver Hanson
  • Nathanial Leckey

PMPD have not provided any further information at this time.

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