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Calgary police suspect wanted man could be in Penticton

Bradley Dennis Gustavson, 38, is wanted by Calgary police, who suspect he may be in the Penticton area. - Submitted
Bradley Dennis Gustavson, 38, is wanted by Calgary police, who suspect he may be in the Penticton area.
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Calgary police suspect a man with seven warrants for his arrest may be in the Penticton area.

Bradley Dennis Gustavson, 38, is wanted in connection with alleged threats to kill his domestic partner, criminal harassment, and breaches of court orders, according to a press release.

“Investigators believe Gustavson may be in the Penticton, B.C., area,” the release said, but did not indicate why.

Gustavson is described as five-foot-seven, 150 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. He has tattoos on his right upper arm of a cross and roses, a wine glass on his left shoulder and a tank on his left upper arm.

Anyone with information about Gustavson’s whereabouts is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or Calgary police at 403-266-1234.

 

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