January 30, 2019 4:44 pm
Updated: January 31, 2019 2:43 am

$100K reward offered for info leading to arrest of former UN gang leader Conor D’Monte

WATCH: B.C.'s anti-gang task force is partnering with the Bolo program and offering a reward in its ongoing effort to bring accused murderer and UN gang member Conor D'Monte to justice. John Hua reports.


B.C.’s gang squad is offering a massive reward for any information that leads to the arrest of gang member Conor D’Monte.

Trent Rolfe, chief superintendent with the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU), said they are not looking for witnesses or people willing to testify against the former United Nations gang leader, but are “only looking for the location of Conor D’Monte so we can arrest him.”

“There is now a $100,000 reward for information leading to his arrest and the loyalties of his associates will be tested.”

WATCH: (Aired Oct. 19, 2016) Crime Stoppers – Conor D’Monte

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D’Monte was charged in the 2009 murder of Red Scorpion gang member Kevin LeClair, who was gunned down in a Langley parking lot.

He is also accused of conspiring to murder the Bacon brothers.

D’Monte is believed to have fled Canada in 2011.

D’Monte is described as being six-foot-one with olive skin and shaved black hair and a tattoo of Chinese characters on his right shoulder.

READ MORE: Crime Stoppers looking for Conor D’Monte

RCMP say it’s possible he’s changed his appearance.

CFSEU plans to use a comprehensive social media and promotion campaign in the hopes of ending what has been one of the most complicated and longest joint investigations in B.C. history.

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