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Police Warn That Wanted High Risk Offender May Still Be In Lethbridge


LETHBRIDGE:    ***UP-DATE as of Wednesday morning - Regional Police advise
High Risk Offender Michael Sean Stanley, has not yet been located and they continue to assist the Edmonton Police Service and follow-up on any tips or sightings that are called in.


Regional Police believe that an Edmonton High Risk Offender, who is the subject of a multi-province search, has been, and may still be, in Lethbridge.


48-year old Michael Sean Stanley, is a high-risk, violent, sexual offender and poses a risk of significant harm to the community. Stanley has a long history of sexual offences against women and children.


Stanley left Edmonton on October 1st and his electronic tracking bracelet was later found on the roof of a Lloydminster business. He is wanted for breaching the conditions of his release.


Stanley has familial ties to Lethbridge and early on Monday members of the Regional Police High Risk Offenders (HRO) Unit recovered, from a west side home, a purple Chevrolet Blazer that Stanley had been driving.  Police confirm that Stanley was in the city last Friday, but his current whereabouts is unknown.


The Regional Police HRO Unit, in partnership with the Edmonton Police Service, continues to investigate and is advising the public to be aware of Stanley’s potential presence in southern Alberta.


The public is asked to look at Mr. Stanley’s photo, be aware that he may still be in the city and call police immediately if the suspect is seen. Stanley poses a significant risk to the community and we are advising everyone to be vigilant about their safety, but not to take any vigilante action.”


Stanley is described as a 48-year-old Metis male, approximately 5’9”, 190 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. A photo is included for release.


Anyone who may have seen Stanley or has information about his whereabouts is asked to contact police at 403-328-4444. In an emergency call 911.

Posted on Monday, October 07, 2013 at 11/25/2015 3:39:53 PM
Source: Regional Police Bulletin - Photo of suspect and vehicle (now confiscated by police) released by Regional Police

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