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RCMP fear NB Man headed West

A nation-wide warrant is out for a feared BC-bound man.

26-year-old Ronald Albert Canuel of Bathurst, New Brunswick, was charged with “robbery with a firearm, wearing a mask in the commission of an offence and failure to comply with a firearm prohibition order” on Monday for his potential involvement in a Campbellton, NB heist.

On July 10th, a suspect entered a Caisse populaire Restigouche bank with a firearm and demanded cash from an employee, making off with an undisclosed amount.

RCMP believe Canuel is headed to BC if he isn’t already in the province.

He is 5 foot 8, 150 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes. He has many tattoos, the most noticeable being the letters “DFA” on his neck and a small star under his right eye. He has many others, including:

“Royalty Loyalty” written on his collar bone
“Ronnie” written on his right forearm
“No Mercy” written on his upper back
Tribal symbol on his right shoulder
“Family First” written on his neck
A microphone on his left upper arm
“I’ll Live and Die for my family” written on his chest

He is considered armed and dangerous and possibly driving a 2007 Chrysler 300 with a New Brunswick license plate # JGA 870.

Police say do not approach him, but contact RCMP, Crime Stoppers by visiting www.crimenb.ca, calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or texting TIP212 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637).

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