Sex offender leaves Langley transition house

Police serve warning of Ronald Miljure who served time for sexually assaulting three prostitutes in Vancouver.

  • Jun. 3, 2013 6:00 p.m.

RCMP are issuing a warning about sex offender Ronald Currie Miljure, 35, who left a Langley transition home recently.

The RCMP are warning the public about a convicted sex offender who walked away from his transition house in Langley.

Ronald Currie Miljure, 35, was sentenced to six years in jail for sexually assaulting three prostitutes in Vancouver. Police say he has serious substance abuse issues with alcohol and crystal meth. He is a high risk to re-offend.

Miljure is Aboriginal, 35, 6’3″ tall, 200 pounds, and was last seen wearing a grey sweater and blue jeans. He has a damaged right eye and tattoos. He is known to be in Burnaby.

Police say if you see him, call 911 immediately. They ask the public not to approach him.

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