Kelowna home invader still on the loose

Police are looking for Michael Scott Stewart.
Image Credit: (SOURCE: RCMP)

Kelowna RCMP issued an arrest warrant for a 29-year-old Kelowna man who invaded a home Halloween night.

Two men with guns entered a home on the 1300 block of Belaire Avenue and threatened a woman who lived there, Const. Kris Clark said. She fled uninjured and called 911.

Police tracked suspects to a nearby home and took them into custody.

Police are looking for Matthew Scott Stewart who faces multiple charges of break and enter and weapons offences. Stewart is known to frequent the Lower Mainland and may have headed there.

Steward has received more tattoos since this photo was taken, specifically on either side of his neck and has added bulk to his physique.

The RCMP asks the public not to approach Stewart but to report sightings and information to the Kelowna detachment. 

Keven Graham, was arrested Nov. 1 and faced the court Nov. 8 on charges of break and enter, using a firearm while committing an armed robbery.


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