Skip to content

Man charged for previous Coquitlam crimes wanted by police — again

Kory Niedzielski failed to comply with his latest probation order and has a history of similar offences in the Tri-Cities.
Kory Niedzielski is wanted by B.C. police for failing to comply with his probation order, an offence he's familiar with out of Coquitlam.

A B.C. man with connections to previous crimes in Coquitlam is wanted once again by Metro Vancouver police.

Kory Niedzielski is on public alert for a second time in as many months by Crime Stoppers, wanted for failing to comply with his latest probation order.

The warrant took effect on Tuesday (May 30) out of Chilliwack for the 38-year-old, the non-profit organization said in a statement.

Niedzielski has a history of similar incidents across the province, including the Tri-Cities.

The 38-year-old was charged in April 2006 for a Coquitlam theft to possessing stolen property over $5,000.

At the time, he was also found in breach of undertaking or recognizance for a theft in Abbotsford from January same that year.

He was declared guilty for both incidents and sentenced in August 2006 in New Westminster Provincial Court.

Niedzielski is described as:

  • 6'1"
  • 175 pounds
  • Brown hair
  • Green eyes

Anyone with more information on Niedzielski or his whereabouts is urged to call 9-1-1 or their local police detachment, anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go online to

Crime Stoppers says a $5,000 reward could be granted if tips and details lead to an arrest and charge.

push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks