VicPD is searching for Kyle Harvey, wanted on two outstanding drug trafficking warrants. (VicPD handout)

Final suspect in Centennial Square drug trafficking investigation not in B.C., says VicPD

Sixteen of the 17 people facing charges have already been arrested

Victoria police are no longer asking for the public’s help in locating a man wanted in connection to the Centennial Square drug trafficking investigation.

Kyle Harvey, 28, wanted on two outstanding unendorsed warrants for drug trafficking, is described as Caucasian with short brown hair and brown eyes. He is 5’10” and weighs approximately 170 pounds.

Investigators have learned that Harvey is no longer in the province, adding that there is no reason to believe he fled police and that he is not a risk to the public.

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Harvey is wanted in connection to an August drug trafficking investigation that resulted in charges pending against 17 people. Out of the 17 people wanted, 16 have been arrested. Harvey is the final suspect at large.

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Out of the 17 people wanted, 16 have been arrested. Harvey is the final suspect at large.


 

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