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Rocky Mounties Look For Wanted Man


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Mounties in Rocky Mountain House are looking for a wanted man.

A Canada-Wide warrant has been issued for 28 year old Darryl Robin Boysis who is wanted in connection with an incident at the Sunchild First Nation on November 24th.

He was on Statutory Release at the time and found to be in breach of his parole, resulting in six new charges against him.

Boysis is described as 5’10”, 166 lbs, Aboriginal and has a tattoo on his right hand and on his neck.
He is thought to be living on the O’Chiese First Nation and also goes by the name of Darryl Crookedlegs.

If you know where Darryl Boysis is, call Rocky Mountain House RCMP at 403-845-2882 or your local police department.

(Photo courtesy of Alberta RCMP)

Lindsay has lived in Red Deer for over 25 years, and admires what the city of Red Deer offers as a community. In relation to journalism, she has previously worked in the business, and enjoys how photojournalism isn't just about a photo, but the story that is adjacent to it.

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