BEAUDRY 1423262

Public Assistance Sought To Locate Suspect Related To Unlawful Confinement Investigation

Officers from the Saanich Police Detective Section, Street Crime Unit, and Forensic Identification Section still continue to investigate the events related to allegations of unlawful confinement and assault causing bodily harm at a residence in the 3800 block of Tillicum Road.

Investigators have shared that the victim, a 30 year old male, appears to have been held captive between November 22nd and 24th. During that time period, the victim was seriously assaulted and subjected to degrading acts. Furthermore, a bank card belonging to the victim was used multiple times during the time period. The victim was able to free himself and was fortunate to have found uniformed police officers on the property who had attended to investigate another matter.

Initially, there were two people taken into custody and charged with Unlawful Confinement and Assault Causing Bodily Harm. Name Maya MCKAY, a 45 year old female, and James Colin WALKER, a 38 year old male, both remain in custody and are awaiting trial.

Police have now arrested a 42 year old female, Kayla Lynn COBANE. COBANE has been charged with Robbery, Unlawful Confinement, Fraud, and Theft Under $5000 in connection with this ongoing investigation. COBANE has also been held in custody awaiting further court appearances.

Police are appealing to the media and the public to assist in locating 47 year old Blair Lesley BEAUDRY who is now the subject of a Canada wide warrant of arrest, for his alleged involvement in multiple crimes, including Robbery, Unlawful Confinement, Fraud, and Theft Under $5000.

BEAUDRY is described as an Aboriginal male, approximately 6 feet tall, and approximately 225 pounds.

BEAUDRY 1423262

BEAUDRY should be considered dangerous and should not be approached or challenged if observed. Anyone that may have seen BEAUDRY, or anyone who may know of his whereabouts, are asked to contact their local police, the Saanich Police Department at 250-475-4321, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

In addition to seeking the public’s assistance in locating BEAUDRY, Saanich Police Detectives are confident in stating that there may be further witnesses that have yet to be identified that may have information that could be of further assistance in this investigation. Anyone who may have information about these allegations, or other related incidents, are urged to contact the Saanich Police Department at 250-475-4321.

File 2014-23262

Sgt. Steve Eassie #158

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