RCMP Offer $5000 Reward for Adam Bird

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RCMP Officers march in Fort MacMurray during the Freedom of the City Centennial Event
RCMP Officers
RCMP Officers march in Fort MacMurray during the Freedom of the City Centennial Event
RCMP are looking for a murder suspect

Murder Suspect Sought by RCMP

CALGARY – Legal – The RCMP are now offering $5000.00 for information which leads to the arrest of Adam Bird in relation to the murder of Lloyd Sarson.

Adam Bird is wanted for murder, the RCMP are offering a $5000 reward for information leading to his capture.
Adam Bird is wanted for murder, the RCMP are offering a $5000 reward for information leading to his capture.
January 1st, 2014 marked the one year anniversary of the murder of Lloyd Sarson in Red Deer, Alta. Adam Bird (aka: “Gwap”) was charged with First Degree Murder and a Canada Wide Arrest Warrant was issued on Jan 8, 2013.

The RCMP have partnered with other police agencies in Canada in an effort to locate and apprehend Adam Bird. To date, Bird has not been apprehended and he remains at large.

Adam Bird is believed to be associated with an organized crime group with ties in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and British Columbia.

Because Adam Bird was 17 years old at the time of the homicide of Lloyd Sarson, a Sec 110(4) YCJA Order authorizing the publication of the name of a young person was obtained on Jan 9, 2013. On Jan 3, 2014 another Order under Section 110(4) of the YCJA was issued granting the RCMP the ability to release Adam Bird’s name and photograph for a 5 day period. The order will expire at the end of the day Tuesday Jan 7, 2014.

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