RCMP hopes public help can solve several petty crimes

The Langley RCMP is asking the public to have a look at several photos and see if people can provide information on some local petty crimes.

On account

In September, a man went into a Langley bank branch and opened a bank account using someone else’s identity. Police would like to hear from anyone with details on this crime.

On credit

The police are investigating after a male used a stolen credit card to make a purchase at Meadows Mart on Oct. 12.

Cpl. Holly Largy said the man was wearing white suit, and was carrying a blue umbrella and a black back pack.

Know him? See below for police contact information.

Bottoms up

A man of about 30, Caucasian with blond hair was seen leaving the Langley Liquor Store with a large bottle of vodka on Oct. 14. Since the vodka wasn’t paid for, the police would like help identifying the man in the photos who was wearing a dark grey winter jacket, blue jeans and was carrying a black backpack. He was seen leaving the parking lot on a dark green mountain bike.

Condo creeping

Police has released a photo of a suspect in the theft of various items from an underground condo complex parking garage on Oct. 19.

Lime

A black bike with a lime green bottom bar was stolen from an underground parking lot in Langley City on Oct. 15 and the pictured male is a suspect.

Fore

Contact the police with any information about stolen golf clubs, taken Oct. 25 from a detached garage in the Willoughby area.

Contacts

Information on these or other crimes can be forwarded to the police in various ways. Contact the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200, the non-emergency line. To remain anonymous, use CrimeStoppers. Call 1-800-222-8477 or go through the website www.solvecrime.ca.

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File 2017-36579 A man opened a bank account using another person’s identity. (Langley RCMP photo)

File 2017-38357 Use of a stolen credit card. (Langley RCMP photo)

File 2017-38465 Theft of vodka from a liquor store. (Langley RCMP photo)

File 2017-39137 Theft of items from an underground parking garage on Oct. 19. (Langley RCMP photo)

File 2017-39269 Theft of a black bike with a lime green bottom bar on Oct. 15. (Langley RCMP photo)

File 2017-39921 Theft of golf clubs from a Willoughby garage. (Langley RCMP photo)

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