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B.C. police seek wanted woman with Coquitlam record

Coralee Hurley is on Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers' "most wanted" list for a second time in nearly four months.
Coralee Hurley, once charged for a number of criminal offences in Coquitlam, is wanted for motor vehicle theft by B.C. police.

A 39-year-old woman with a known history of crime in the Tri-Cities is back on police radar.

Coralee Hurley is wanted for motor vehicle theft out of Chilliwack as of Tuesday (Jan. 31), when an arrest warrant took effect.

It's the second time in almost four months she's been added to Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers' "most wanted" list after a similar warrant was issued for her in early October.

Police are now turning to the public with the hopes of finding Hurley.

She has a record in Coquitlam, linked to a number of break-and-enters according to B.C. court services.

In May 2016, she was found guilty and charged with two counts of possessing of a break-in instrument for an incident in March that year.

She and two others were convicted in Port Coquitlam Provincial Court in relation to the case.

Two years earlier, a judge in Vancouver court found Hurley guilty for breaching her probation order, which was linked to a Coquitlam break-and-enter in November 2013.

She's described as:

  • 5'4"
  • 141 pounds
  • Brown hair
  • Hazel eyes

Anyone with more information about Hurley or her whereabouts is urged to call their local police detachment, anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or go online to

Crime Stoppers says a $5,000 reward could be granted if tips and details lead to an arrest and charge.

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