Stephen Glover, who uses the aliases Alexander Glover and Christopher Haugen is wanted by the RCMP. Prince Rupert RCMP are seeking the assistance of the public in locating him. The public is warned not to approach him. (Photo RCMP supplied.)

RCMP are looking for man wanted in connection with a 2017 bank robbery

Public assistance is requested

Prince Rupert RCMP are looking for Stephen Glover, in relation to a 2017 bank robbery, and are seeking assistance from the community.

Stephen Glover uses aliases such as Alexander Glover and Christopher Haugen.

Stephen Glover is described as:

Caucasian male

Brown eyes

182 cm (6’)

77 kg (170 lbs)

Scar on the back of his head

The media release was issued on June 8 for the 29-year-old man want in connection to a 2017 bank robbery. There is a length of time between the 2017 occurrence and the media release.

“It is a common investigative tool to seek assistance from the public when there are outstanding warrants …” Cpl. Madonna Stevenson, media relations for the RCMP said.

If Glover is located RCMP are asking to be notified immediately and warn not to confront him.

If you have any information about Stephen Glover or where he might be, please contact Const. Robert Yaschuk at 250-627-0767, the Prince Rupert RCMP at (250) 627-0700 or Crime Stoppers at 1(800) 222-8477

K-J Millar | Journalist 
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