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Woman wanted for evading police previously charged in Port Moody

Ashley Sutherland was once charged in 2010 for breaching a probation order in Port Moody that stemmed from a vehicle theft.
Ashley Sutherland has been added to Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers' "most wanted" list for after failing to pull over in her vehicle for a peace officer in pursuit. She was previously charged for a similar incident in Port Moody.

A 34-year-old woman recently accused of failing to stop for police while operating a motor vehicle has a Port Moody connection to a similar offence.

Ashley Sutherland was added to Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers' "most wanted" list on Tuesday (March 21), the same day her arrest warrant took effect.

The incident took place in Chilliwack, the non-profit's latest statement reads.

In a similar incident 14 years ago, Sutherland was charged with breaching a probation order with B.C. online court services. Port Moody was listed as the "city of offence" in that incident.

She had been found "guilty of lesser" in the case of a February 2009 vehicle theft, in which a Robert Jeremy Corfield fled from police while operating the stolen property.

The breach of her release condition took place more than a year later, in May 2010.

Now, police are turning to the public to help find Sutherland. She's described as:

  • 5'1"
  • 130 pounds
  • Blonde hair
  • Blue eyes

Anyone who sees Sutherland or knows of her whereabouts is encouraged to anonymously contact Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go online to

If a member of the public comes forward with tips that lead to an arrest and charge, they could be eligible for a $5,000 reward.