Canada-wide Warrant Requested For Man In Connection To Human Trafficking Investigation
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a 33-year-old man wanted on several criminal code offences relating to a 15-month long human trafficking investigation by the Saskatoon Police VICE and Human Trafficking Unit.
In July 2019, VICE investigators became aware of a man who was involved in sex trafficking. During the investigation it was learned that an underage victim had been trafficked in Saskatoon. The victim and the accused were known to each other, however investigators believe there may be other victims.
Ahmed ADAM, DOB 1988-Jan-2, is charged with Trafficking Persons, Material Benefit resulting from Trafficking in Persons, Material Benefit from Sexual Services, Procuring, Material Benefit from Sexual Services provided by Person under 18, Procuring Person under 18, and Advertising Sexual Services. (Court Info # 991144223)
ADAM may be in Saskatoon but has ties to other communities in Western Canada, including Calgary and Edmonton. He is described as being 6’3” in height and 195 lbs. A photo is attached for distribution.
Anyone with information on this investigation or the whereabouts of ADAM is asked to contact their local police service.
If you are a victim/survivor of forced prostitution or forced labour, or believe someone else might be, call the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-833-900-1010. The Hotline Response Advocates will connect callers to support and services and will also take tips, answer questions and forward information, when appropriate, to law enforcement.
Published on: May 28, 2021
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- Posted By: Saskatoon Police Service
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