Saanich police seek man wanted on assault charges

Greig Fredrik Wikoren is a suspect in an alleged domestic assault on Aug. 20

Saanich police need help locating a man wanted on assault charges.

Greig Fredrik Wikoren, 44, is wanted on charges that from an alleged domestic assault that occurred in Saanich on Aug. 20.

Wikoren is a caucasian man, six-foot-one with a stocky build and short brown greying hair. He may have a goatee. He was last seen wearing a multi-coloured button-up shirt with jeans and running shoes.

His was last seen in James Bay on Aug. 22 around 7 p.m. He was with his dog, a large lab cross with brown and grey fur. He is also known to reside in the Cowichan Valley.

Police believe Wikoren knows police are looking for him and is in hiding as a result.

Police are asking anyone with information on Wikoren’s whereabouts to contact the department at 250-475-4321.

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