Update (Wednesday, Mar. 11, 2020): Cory James Stevehaagen has been located. According to Kingston Police, Stevenhaagen turned himself in at Kingston Police Headquarters on the morning of Tuesday, Mar. 10, 2020. He has been additionally charged with failing to appear in court.
Kingston Police have released the above photo and are looking for public assistance in locating the man pictured, who is already charged with robbery and is now on an arrest warrant after skipping court.
Cory Jame Stevenhaagen, 42, was arrested in May of 2019 for a historic robbery that happened in 2003 at the Scotiabank location at 863 Princess Street. Stevenhaagen was scheduled to attend the Ontario Court of Justice on Friday, Mar. 6, 2020 as his trial matters continue, but he failed to appear when his name was called. A bench warrant was then issued for his arrest.
Stevenhaagen is described as a Caucasian male standing 6’2” and weighing 181 lbs. He has blue eyes and a shaved head, though his hair colour would normally be brown. He has tattoos on his upper right arm of an eight ball and a cross, as well as a tattoo of another cross on this upper left arm.
“There is reason to suspect that he may no longer be in the Kingston area or is travelling between cities,” Kingston Police said in a press release on Monday, Mar. 9, 2020.
Anyone with information is asked to call Kingston Police at 613-549-4660. The lead investigator, Sgt. Jay Finn, can be contacted at [email protected], or via phone at 613-549-4660 ext. 6228. Tips can also be provided anonymously by calling the Kingston Police general number at 613-549-4660 ext. 0 and asking to remain anonymous.