Regina Police searching for man wanted in connection to a robbery and forcible confinement


On July 18th, Brass was arrested without incident, and has been charged with robbery, forcible confinement, and assault with a weapon.

Brass will make his first appearance in court Monday morning.


Regina Police are asking the public’s assistance in finding a man connected to a violent incident involving a 28-year-old female victim. Police believe it was not a random occurrence, as the suspect and the victim know each other

On Thursday, at approximately 7:20 pm, police responded to a reported robbery and forcible confinement on the 6700 block of Dagliesh Drive. Upon arrival, police met with the victim who had visibly sustained injuries. Officers learned that a 30-year-old man had robbed the victim of her vehicle.

It’s reported that the suspect and the victim were traveling together, and upon learning he was wanted on a Saskatchewan-wide warrant issued by the Moose Jaw Police, the man’s behaviour became erratic and violent towards the victim. He assaulted, threatened, and forcibly confined the victim in the vehicle. The suspect also caused excessive damage to the vehicle.

While stopped at a red light in Regina at around 5:36 pm, the victim attempted to escape the vehicle, and the suspect grabbed her, pulling her back into the vehicle. The victim was able to get away from the suspect, who then got into the driver’s seat and drive away in her vehicle. The victim ran to a gas station on the 3600 block of Sherwood Drive to ask for help.

The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries that did not require emergency medical attention.

Police are looking for 30-year-old Frederick James Norman Brass, from Regina.

He is described as male, approximately 5’6”, around 150 pounds, medium build, fair complexion, with short, straight brown hair, and blue eyes, an outline of a cross on his right upper arm with the initials “F.H” inside, a red lipstick kiss on his neck under his right ear with “R.I.P”, a name and lifespan dates in black cursive text, and “One Life” in stylized cursive across his right forearm.

Anyone with information regarding Brass’ whereabouts is asked to contact Regina Police at 306-777-6500, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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