A Vancouver man is wanted for several charges, including theft under $5,000 and nearly a dozen counts of break-and-enter.
And these are crimes he previously committed in the Tri-Cities.
Jonathan Jarvis is listed as one of the latest "most wanted" in the region by Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers, who are hoping the public can help in finding him on behalf of local police.
Officers issued a warrant for the 39-year-old's arrest on May 19, 2022.
Other charges he's wanted on includes operating a motor vehicle while disqualified, break-and-enter with intent and robbery.
According to B.C. online court services, Jarvis was found guilty in May 2018 on charges of breaking and entering, and committing an indictable offence, from an incident in Coquitlam.
Nine months earlier, in August 2017, he breached a conditional sentence order, which placed him in Port Coquitlam at the time of the offence.
As well, Jarvis was found guilty of theft from a Port Coquitlam property in November 2010.
He was charged with theft under $5,000 and resisting arrest or obstructing a peace officer.
Jarvis is described as:
- 217 pounds
- Blonde hair
- Blue eyes
Anyone with more information on Jarvis 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 www.solvecrime.ca.
Crime Stoppers says a $5,000 reward could be granted if tips and details lead to an arrest and charge.
Two other wanted men
As well, Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers recently issued alerts over the past two weeks of two other men with histories in the Tri-Cities.
Waylon Vendramini, 44, and Paul Ayers, 48, are wanted in Chilliwack on charges related to assault and theft respectively.
Local residents are also urged to call 9-1-1, RCMP or Crime Stoppers if either are seen.
You can read about their histories in the stories below:
A second man with a history of crime in the Tri-Cities is wanted by police https://t.co/DqwrjlsxMh— Tri-City News (@TriCityNews) May 19, 2022
Wanted Metro Vancouver man has a history in the Tri-Cities https://t.co/xoqzHPXMP6— Tri-City News (@TriCityNews) May 11, 2022