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Man wanted in Vancouver, B.C., killing may have crossed border

Daniel Paul of Vancouver, B.C., who is suspected of killing his girlfriend, may have crossed the border into Whatcom County, according to Vancouver, B.C. Police.
Daniel Paul of Vancouver, B.C., who is suspected of killing his girlfriend, may have crossed the border into Whatcom County, according to Vancouver, B.C. Police. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

A Vancouver, B.C., man suspected of killing his girlfriend could have crossed the border into Whatcom County.

While Vancouver Police believe Daniel Alphonse Paul, 42, is likely in the Vancouver area, it is possible he entered the United States, they said.

The body of Rose Paul, a 36-year-old mother of five, was found March 3 in the basement of a Vancouver home.

“Daniel Paul remains on the run after numerous pleas by the police to have him turn himself in,” said Vancouver Police Sgt. Randy Fincham. “Daniel is to be considered dangerous and anyone who knows his whereabouts is asked not to approach him and call 911.”

Paul is described as about 5-foot-8 with a medium build, brown eyes and short black hair. On his left arm, he has tattoos of an eagle, a rat, a knife, a skull and a buffalo. On his right arm, he has tattoos of a skull with a rose and a heart.

A $10,000 reward has been offered for information leading to his arrest.

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