Police suspect this man in a theft of almost $600 worth of clothing from an Aldergrove store.

Langley Mounties seek suspects

Police released surveillance photos in three recent cases.

A man who stole almost $600 worth of clothing from an Aldergrove store is one of several local suspects being sought by the RCMP.

On June 3, the man allegedly swiped the clothing from the Mark’s Work Warehouse in Aldergrove, said Cpl. Holly Largy.

The suspect is described as 5’6” with a heavy build. He is in his mid to late 30s and has brown curly hair. He was wearing a black baseball cap, jeans, and a skater belt.

The suspect was seen leaving on the 503 bus, said Largy.

Langley Mounties are also looking for two other men suspected in other recent crimes.

On June 2, a man bought $300 worth of parts for an e-cigarette from Langley City store Vaping Bear. The man allegedly paid with a fraudulent credit card.Vape credit card

Police are also looking for a man who allegedly stole food from the Langley City Save-On Foods.

He is about 25 years old, Caucasian, with a medium build, dark brown short hair, a short beard, and was wearing a grey sweatshirt, dark-coloured baggy jeans, and a baseball cap.Store theft

Anyone with information on any of the three suspects can call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200, or to remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

 

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