Young Asian Guy In Red Pants IRIT-00013

Young Asian Guy In Red Pants IRIT-00013

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Submitted on: August 30, 2011

Category: ID'd,VPD Photo

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This photo is from Vancouver Police Department’s Riot 2011 website. The wording below is also from their website.

The suspected rioters that are depicted in the images on this website are people who are alleged to have committed criminal offences. These images were gleaned from many hours of video, including video submitted by the public.

We encourage you to carefully look at these images to see if you recognize someone you know. Once you submit your information, it will be followed up by IRIT investigators. They will locate these people, investigate them, arrest them, and forward the applicable criminal charges for charge approval.

If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers. However, we ask that you help us bring these alleged rioters to justice and provide your contact details when submitting suspect information. Case investigators may need to follow-up and ask you questions.

3 Comments

  1. Byran Lee

    His name is Byran Lee

    He works for PC Financial in the Real Canadian Superstore on Marine Drive And Main Street in Vancouver

  2. Tom

    To the moron who posted the first comment, try to use your head next time. You posted as “byran” and you commented on “bryan,” so he was exposing himself?

    This site is a serious attempt to catch the morons who gave our city a bad rep. If you really know the person in the picture, you would have gone to the VPD via email, phone, or whatever. When you mislead them, that is obstruction of justice, and your IP address is duly logged by the site owner, I’m sure :)))

  3. Tom

    And oh, I’m sure the VPD would have no trouble finding their way to Superstore and investigate themselves.

Can you identify these 'alleged' criminals?
If so, leave information in comment,
contact Vancouver Police Department investigators
at riot@vpd.ca or (604) 717-2541
or leave an anonymous tip with Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.