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RCMP's Top 5 fugitives from northern Manitoba

Karl Church: AWOL since 2011

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Karl Church: AWOL since 2011

Kenneth Cook: wanted since 2010

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Kenneth Cook: wanted since 2010

Johnathon Munro: multiple tattoos.

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Johnathon Munro: multiple tattoos.

Arthur Ducharme: aggravated assault

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Arthur Ducharme: aggravated assault

It may not have the lustre of the FBI's Most Wanted list, but Manitoba RCMP have put together their own public plea to bring some fugitives to justice.

They are focusing on five men who are wanted -- in some cases for several years -- in northern Manitoba:

-- Kenneth Christopher Cook, 33. He's been sought since 2010 on charges including assault, possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and numerous breaches of court orders. He is 5-11, 220 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call Thompson RCMP at 204-677-6909.

-- Karl Gordon Joseph Church, 24. He has been AWOL since 2011 on charges of impaired driving. Church is 5-5, 161 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to Flin Flon RCMP at 204-687-1423.

-- Johnathon Alexander Klayton Munro, 21, has been wanted since early 2013 on numerous charges including robbery, assault causing bodily harm and theft. Munro is 6-2, 150 pounds. He has multiple tattoos, including one of "FLETT" on his right forearm, a tattoo of a cross on his left middle finger, and a tattoo of "JF" on his left hand. Anyone with information is asked to call The Pas RCMP at 204-627-6204.

-- Arthur Lawrence Ducharme, 23, faces charges of aggravated assault and assault causing bodily harm. He is 5-9, 181 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call The Pas RCMP at 204-627-6204.

-- Michael James Schwartz, 31. He is wanted on charges of theft over $5,000, and possession of property obtained by crime. He is 6-2, 210 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call Thompson RCMP at 204-677-6909.

RCMP say those wishing to remain anonymous can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com.

www.mieoncrime.com

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