The Abbotsford Police Department released this image yesterday evening just before 5 p.m.

Abbotsford police seek public’s help in locating wanted man

Warrants issued for Zoltan Charles (Meischl) Losier, thought to be in Fraser Valley/Lower Mainland

Two warrants have been issued for a man who failed to appear in court on a raft of charges.

Zoltan Charles (Meischl) Losier, 28, was recently supposed to appear in court on charges of dangerous operation of a vehicle, flight from police, occupying a vehicle with a firearm present, possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes, possession of counterfeit money and two counts of drug possession with intent to traffic.

Losier is described as being nearly six feet tall, 220 pounds, with short dark hair and blue eyes.

Police are advising the public not to approach Losier and immediately call 911 or the Abbotsford Police Department (604-859-5225) or report anonymously to CrimeStoppers (1-800-222-8477).

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