Langley, BC – Langley RCMP is seeking the assistance of the public with the following investigations:
Photograph of stolen religious book
On May 15th the Temple of Dukh Bhanjan Sihaib Society was broken into and three religious books of spiritual value were stolen. Please refer to the photograph for a sample of the book stolen. The books are about 14 x 14, three inches thick, approximately 11400 pages and are red in colour.
Photograph of suspect in use of stolen credit cards
On May 13th, our complainant had her vehicle broken into and her wallet was stolen. The suspects have used debit and credit cards belonging to this complainant several times since the theft. Police allege the pictured female used the stolen cards to make a purchase at a Langley Petro Canada.
Photograph of Stolen Bike
The pictured bike was stolen from the grounds of Walnut Grove Secondary School on May 19th.
Photograph of Stolen Boat
The pictured boat was stolen from a residence in south Langley on May 25th. It is a black and white Larson 238 with a 23’ fibreglass hull, inboard/outboard engines and SANDBAR written in 10 black letters on both sides. The boat was stolen with its matching Larson trailer. The two items have a combined value of approximately $75,000.
Photograph of Shoplifting Suspect
Police allege the pictured male stole approximately $200 worth of product from Superstore and fled after pulling the fire alarm on May 29th. He is described as a Caucasian male in his mid 30’s, wearing a black hat, black hoody with red FCUK, black pants and white shoes.
On May 31st several jewelry items were turned into Langley RCMP from WC Blair pool including what appears to be a diamond ring, a wedding ring set, and men’s gold wedding bands.
If anyone has information that might assist with any of the above investigations, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Should you need to remain anonymous, please call CrimeStoppers:
There are two ways to leave an “anonymous tip” with Crime Stoppers.
Police File # 2017-16561, 16682, 17140, 17887, 18513 & 18714
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