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Vancouver police issue warning about man with suspected links to Lower Mainland gang conflict

Vancouver police have issued a warning about Ronald Campbell.

Vancouver police have issued a public warning about a man they say is involved in the Lower Mainland’s gang conflict.

Police said 39-year-old Ronald Campbell of Cranbrook, B.C., was released from custody on Friday and they warned that anyone who associates with him faces an increased risk of violence.

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“Investigators from VPD’s Task Force Threshold believe that Campbell is currently involved in the Lower Mainland gang conflict,” Vancouver police Const. Tania Visintin said in a statement.

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Campbell was arrested as part of a stolen vehicle traffic stop three weeks ago.

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At the time, officers found a loaded handgun.

Campbell has been released from custody with a number of court-imposed conditions.

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