The Langley RCMP is asking the public for some help with some recent crimes.
Namely people are being asked to look at a variety of photographs, both surveillance and stolen property, to see if they can help identify the people or know anything about the property stolen.
If itâ€™s too good to be trueâ€¦
Earlier this month a warning was issued relative to a scam that has recently surfaced in the Langleys.
The suspect will enter a business and engage customers in a conversation before offering them a â€˜greatâ€™ deal on a large flat screen television.
The â€˜markâ€™ gives the scammer a sum of money (in this case, $300-$400). The mark drives the scammer to an apartment building. The scammer goes inside to get the TV, but never comes back.
Police would like to identify the male pictured in the surveillance photograph as a person of interest in these investigations.
On Aug. 30 the police allege the female pictured stole a laptop from the Shoppers Drug Mart in the 4100 block of 200 Street.
The laptop was taken just after 7 p.m. from a display behind the cash register at the front of the store.
On Sept. 13, police allege the male pictured stole liquor from the Willoughby Liquor Store. He is described as elderly, with grey hair, a beard and wearing a baseball cap and grey or light blue T-shirt.
The male pictured is believed to have stolen liquor from the Willoughby Liquor Store on Sept. 17 just after 11 a.m.
He is described as Caucasian, approximately 15-20 years old, with short, black, Mohawk style hair, wearing a black jacket and dark jeans.
On Sept. 20 in the early morning hours, unknown person(s) entered an underground parking garage in the 20200 block of 66 Avenue.
The main gate was held open with a hammer and multiple storage lockers were broken into.
A variety of items were stolen including a 2007 Suzuki motorcycle, pictured.
The bike was locked to a fence; however the culprits cut the lock and were able to steal the bike.
If you have information that would assist police with any of these investigations, call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. To remain anonymous, contact CrimeStoppers:
There are four ways to leave an â€œanonymous tipâ€ with Crime Stoppers.
Talk: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Text: BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637)