Police seek man for alleged assault against woman

Micah McClure may be in the Colwood area and is wanted on outstanding warrants.

Detectives with the Victoria Police Department are seeking a man wanted for allegedly assaulting a woman.

Micah McClure, 38, is also wanted on outstanding warrants for uttering threats and assault.

Police believe he may be in the Colwood area and was last seen in a 2007 Ford F150 with B.C. plate KD6081.

McClure is described as:

  • Caucasian
  • Clean shaven
  • Shaved head
  • Blue eyes
  • He has a medium build and weighs approximately 160 pounds.

Anyone that sees Micah McClure is asked to call 911. If you know where he may be, police ask that you call 250-995-7654

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