Man awaiting trial sought by RCMP

A man who repeatedly missed his curfew while awaiting trial for a break and enter is missing, and police are asking for tips to help find him.

Robin Allan William Hibbs, 47, was charged in a break and enter to the Ricky’s Restaurant in the 22300 block of Fraser Highway that took place last July 17.

The motion sensors in the restaurant were tripped just after 3 a.m. Police were quickly at the building, which is just around the corner from the RCMP headquarters, and found a window into the office smashed, a computer tower missing, and the front door unlocked.

Surveillance footage led police to suspect Hibbs, who was arrested on Sept. 24.

Hibbs is well known to local officers, as he is designated a prolific property offender.

He was released on a number of conditions, including not to possess break and enter tools, and under a curfew at his home.

However, police checked on him three times over the next few months and found Hibbs missing after curfew.

“When they’re on our prolific list, we do curfew checks fairly regularly,” said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.

Hibbs is now wanted for three counts of breach of his recognizance, and is being actively sought. He is no longer to be found at his residence.

Hibbs is Caucasian, 6’0” tall, weighs 161 pounds, and has wavy brown hair, blue eyes, and a scar on his forehead. 

Anyone with information that could help police find him can call the RCMP at 604-532-3200, or to leave an anonymous tip, call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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