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31-year-old man wanted by Lethbridge police turns himself in

Lethbridge police say Salar Dalair Khan, 31, who was wanted for failing to comply with an order stemming from a number of convictions, has turned himself in. (Photo: Lethbridge police) Lethbridge police say Salar Dalair Khan, 31, who was wanted for failing to comply with an order stemming from a number of convictions, has turned himself in. (Photo: Lethbridge police)
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A Lethbridge man wanted on multiple outstanding warrants turned himself in to police, the LPS announced in a media statement Thursday.

Salar Dalair Khan was wanted for failing to comply with an order stemming from being convicted for sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching.

Police originally issued a statement May 8 asking for public assistance to locate Khan.

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