$1K reward offered in hunt for dangerous Halifax fugitives
Brandon Mombourquette and Andrew Hudder are believed to be in Greater Moncton area
Crime Stoppers has approved a reward for information leading to the arrest of two Nova Scotia men, who may be hiding in southeastern New Brunswick.
Police have been looking for Brandon Joseph Mombourquette, 28, and Andrew Jason Hudder, 26, for months for two separate incidents.
New Brunswick Crime Stoppers has pre-approved a $1,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of Mombourquette and Hudder. The reward could hit $2,000.
The RCMP say they consider both men armed and dangerous. Anyone who sees the men is warned not to approach them and to call the police immediately.
Hudder is described as being six feet, two inches tall, 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
Mombourquette is described as being six feet one inch tall, 165 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
Mombourquette is wanted for seven weapon-related offences stemming from a 2009 traffic stop when police found a loaded handgun in his vehicle.
Mombourquette failed to attend a court date scheduled for earlier this year. As a result, police issued an Atlantic region-wide warrant for his arrest.
Codiac RCMP, who are working with the Halifax Regional Police, received a tip on Wednesday night that the fugitives were in the Dieppe area.