• Attempted Murder
  • Murder

Kevin Louis Vermette

Wanted on Canada-wide warrant for attempted murder, murder.

Reward : $25,000

Kevin Louis Vermette is believed to be responsible for the July 12 1997 triple shotgun murder of three young adults, which occurred in the northern community of Kitimat, British Columbia Canada. He abandoned his vehicle at his motel residence and fled on foot into the mountain wilderness with his black labrador dog. He has not been seen since.

Notice: The reward offered in this matter is governed by the rules set out by the Reward Committee. No member of the accused persons family, nor any member of any of the victims family, nor any enforcement personnel may lay claim to any part of the reward being offered. The reward payment or any portion there of is subject to consultation and confirmation of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The reward is hereby offered for any information which leads strictly to the arrest of the accused, Kevin Louis Vermette and any person providing such information will not need to provide any evidence or testify in court. The identity of the person(s) claiming the Reward will be kept confidential. An additional reward of up to $2,000 may be offered through Crime Stoppers if the person calls the Crime Stoppers Line. You are not required to identify yourself to Crime Stoppers. An actual arrest must be made by police before any reward can be claimed. The reward offered herein is subject to review every two years and can be rescinded at the time of review and without any notice.

Personal description
  • Sex: Male
  • Born: November 1954
  • Hair Colour: Brown
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Weight: 161 lbs / 73 kg
  • Height: 5 ft 9 in / 175 cm
  • Tattoos:
    • Upper right arm, cat with "Lucky" inscribed below.
    • Left upper arm, coyote & moon, dagger through a red rose.
Other description
  • Clean shaven (at time of disappearance)
  • Wears silver rimmed glasses
Additional photos


Take no action to apprehend this person yourself. Report any information to the nearest RCMP detachment or the police in your area or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Considered to be:

  • Armed and dangerous
  • Violent
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