This woman is allegedly linked to shoplifting at an Esso station.

Langley RCMP seek arrests in thefts, frauds

Stolen rings, cameras, and debit cards are included in this round up of recent offences.

Langley Mounties are looking for help tracking down a number of suspects caught on video.

• A woman allegedly used a stolen debit card at a 7-Eleven and a Shell station on August 21. More than $150 was removed from the victim’s bank account.

• A woman allegedly shoplifted several items from an Esso gas station in the 6000 block of Glover Road on Oct. 7. The suspect is described as Caucasian, in her mid-30s.

• A man caught on camera allegedly stole from a Shoppers Drug Mart in Murrayville on Oct. 19. He is Caucasian, approximately 30 years old, and was wearing a dark grey or black winter coat.

• On Nov. 28 a man is alleged to have used a stolen Visa card to buy items at various Langley stores, adding up to more than $400.

• Two rings were stolen during a break and enter in Aldergrove on Nov. 30. The rings are 14 karat yellow gold with a diamond and a six claw white gold setting.

• A man in a black baseball cap, a black jacket, and sunglasses allegedly stole a GoPro camera from London Drugs on Dec. 6, police say.

Anyone with information on any of the suspects can call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200, or to remain anonymous, contact CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or at www.solvecrime.ca

 

This man is a suspect in the theft of a GoPro camera.

This man allegedly stole from a Shoppers Drug Mart.

These rings were taken in an Aldergrove break in.

This man allegedly used a stolen Visa card.

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