Durham Regional Police – Looking for Oshawa Male Wanted on Multiple Warrants

In Police Blotter

Investigators are appealing for the public’s assistance in locating a 29-year-old male wanted on multiple warrants.


Nathan GLOVER, age 29, of Oshawa, is wanted on five warrants related to historic assault and firearms charges. GLOVER is wanted for failing to appear in court on these charges. Police have made attempts to locate GLOVER without success and are appealing to the public for assistance in locating the male.


GLOVER is described as male, White, 5’8, 155 lbs, medium build, brown hair, full dark beard. He has a tattoo of “BOSS” on his left upper arm and a lion on his upper back.


A photo of GLOVER is attached and can be viewed at www.drps.ca under Newsroom.


Anyone with information in this investigation is asked to please contact A/Det. Daugharty of Major Crime at 1-888-579-1520, ext. 5394.


Anonymous information can be sent to Durham Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.durhamregionalcrimestoppers.ca and tipsters may be eligible for a $2,000 cash reward.

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