Vancouver man charged with ‘fraud, forgery, threats, and firearm offences’ wanted Canada-wide

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Vancouver Police are asking the public for information regarding the whereabouts of an alleged serial fraudster.

Cheng Huang, 47, is wanted Canada-wide after breaching his bail conditions and failing to appear in court in April.

Huang had been on 24-hour house arrest after being charged with numerous fraud, forgery, threats, and firearms offences in Vancouver, according to a VPD press release. He has not yet been located.

Huang is described as 5’5” and 155 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Police believe he is residing in Vancouver and say he has a “history of violence and is considered armed and dangerous.”

Anyone who sees him or has any information is asked to call police immediately.

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