The Juneau Police Department is looking for Juneau man Zachary Michael Daniels, 29, pictured. Daniels has two felony warrants out for his arrest. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

The Juneau Police Department is looking for Juneau man Zachary Michael Daniels, 29, pictured. Daniels has two felony warrants out for his arrest. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

Police seek man who has warrants for theft

Zachary Michael Daniels faces two felony warrants

Police are searching for a man who has two outstanding warrants for theft.

Juneau man Zachary Michael Daniels, 29, has a $5,000 Alaska State Troopers warrant for first-degree burglary and second-degree theft, according to a post from the Juneau Police Department on Facebook. Daniels also has a $5,000 felony Alaska State Troopers warrant for second-degree theft, police say.

The department also posted Daniels’ photo to its Facebook page. Anyone with information about Daniels’ whereabouts is asked to call JPD at 586-0600.

The Juneau Police Department is looking for Juneau man Zachary Michael Daniels, 29, pictured. Daniels has two felony warrants out for his arrest. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

The Juneau Police Department is looking for Juneau man Zachary Michael Daniels, 29, pictured. Daniels has two felony warrants out for his arrest. (Courtesy Photo | Juneau Police Department)

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