$10,000 reward offered for information leading to arrest and conviction of Dean Zastowny
2017-11-08 12:36 PST
File # 2017-48451
Burnaby RCMP is renewing a call to the public for help in locating Dean Zastowny. Zastowny was the subject of an appeal by Burnaby RCMP on Friday and is now wanted in both Burnaby and Abbotsford for bank robberies he is alleged to have committed in October. Zastowny is also a suspect in a number of other violent robberies across the Lower Mainland.
The Canadian Bankers Association is also announcing today that it is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Zastowny. For more information on the terms and conditions of this Canadian Bankers Association reward please contact Malcolm Chivers from the Canadian Bankers Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416 362 6093 ext: 330.
To help the public with identifying Zastowny, Burnaby RCMP, in conjunction with Abbotsford Police Department is releasing a video of a robbery alleged to have been committed by Zastowny on October 15th in Abbotsford.
As is evident in the bank robbery in Abbotsford, there is a significant level of violence being used by the suspect, says Corporal Daniela Panesar with Burnaby RCMP.
It is hugely important that if anyone recognises him either from this video or from the photo released by the Burnaby RCMP last Friday that they contact us immediately.
Zastowny is described as:
- 47 years of age
- Caucasian male
- 6’1 (185 cm)
- Medium build
- Fair complexion
- Blue eyes
- In the most recent incident Zastowny’s head was shaved. He may have since grown his hair and dyed it blonde.
Zastowny should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. If you locate him, call police immediately.
Burnaby RCMP's Robbery Unit in conjunction with other agencies is working on this investigation and ask that anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Zastowny to contact the Burnaby RCMP at 604-646-9999 and ask to speak with Cpl. Stephen McHugh. Should you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.solvecrime.ca.
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