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Two parolees wanted on Canada-wide warrants could be headed to Alberta

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UPDATE: The Prince George RCMP say that both Conners and Morand have been apprehended. According to police, Morand turned himself in to police without incident at approximately 4:00 p.m. yesterday. The black Kia Spectra that the two were said to be driving was located near the intersection of 5th Avenue and Tabor Boulevard.  Officers made patrols of the area, and at approximately 5:00 p.m., Conners was located and arrested at a nearby residence without incident.

The Prince George RCMP would like to that the public for their help in this investigation.

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – The Prince George RCMP have issued a Canada-wide Warrant for two parolees that are Unlawfully at Large that may be headed to the BC Peace Region.

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The warrants were issued this morning for 25 year-old Aaron Dueanne Conners, and 29 year-old Blake Allan Morand, who both failed to return to their designated residence last night.

Aaron Dueanne Conners is described as: Metis, 175 cm tall, weighing 77 kg, with brown hair, and hazel eyes.

Blake Allan Morand is described as: Metis, 191 cm tall, weighing 104 kg, with brown hair, and hazel eyes. Morand has tattoos on his forearms, shoulders, right hand and upper back.

Both Conners and Morand are considered violent and should not be approached. They are believed to be together and may be traveling to Alberta in a 2007 black Kia Spectra sedan bearing BC licence plate #DN8 94D. If you see either man, you are advised to call 9-1-1 immediately. If you have any information about either individual, please contact the Prince George RCMP at (250)561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 222-8477.

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