Police are continuing to keep an eye out for a parolee who's on the lam.
A Canada-wide warrant was issued March 28 for Jarrod Lane, 40, after he failed to return to a halfway house in Prince George and drug tests came back positive.
Lane, who was serving an eight-year sentence for robbery and break, enter and theft, had been released on day parole 15 days before.
A few days after he went missing, police issued a press release asking for the public's help in tracking him down. Lane remains missing, police said on Thursday.
Lane has a lengthy criminal record of property offences, most of them committed in Victoria and Nanaimo and police believe he may have traveled to Vancouver Island.
He is described as Causasian, six-feet tall with brown hair and hazel eyes.