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Vancouver Police have issued a public warning about a convicted child molester who is now living in the city again.
Donald Bakker must abide by several conditions to keep him away from children including an 11pm curfew.
The warning has been issued because Bakker is considered a high risk to reoffend.
Bakker was the first person charged under Canada's so-called sex tourism law.
He eventually pleaded guilty to seven counts of sexual interference against children under the age of 14 in southeast Asia.
He's now being released from prison.