The pictured male is a person of interest for a hit and run that occurred in the parking lot of the BC Liquor Store in the 6400 block of 201st Street on Jan. 30. (File 2018-3425)

Stolen: baby formula, rain gear and a Playstation

The Langley RCMP is investigating various property crimes and incidents.

The Langley RCMP has released a new batch of surveillance photos in hopes that the public can help ID people wanted in connection with local crimes.

  • 2018-4208: Police allege the pictured male stole a PS4 Playstation from the Aldergrove Shoppers Drug Mart on Feb. 5. The Caucasian male was wearing a black and red Bulls baseball cap, purple headphones, a black jacket, grey sweatpants and brown shoes.
  • 2018-3425: The pictured male is a person of interest for a hit and run that occurred in the parking lot of the BC Liquor Store in the 6400 block of 201 Street on Jan. 30.
  • 2018-6338: On Feb. 23, Aldergrove Marks Work Warehouse reported a theft of over $500 worth of rain gear. Police allege the pictured male stole the gear.
  • 2018-6348: It is alleged the pictured male broke into an apartment residence in Murrayville on Feb. 23. He stole money, jewelry and a chequebook from the unit.
  • 2018-6597: Home Hardware in Aldergrove reported a theft of a shower head on Feb. 25. The suspect was seen leaving in a beige or silver SUV.
  • 2018-2484: Police allege the pictured woman stole baby formula from the Shoppers Drug Mart on Fraser Highway on Jan. 22.
  • 2018-8285: Police allege the pictured male stole an iPad from the Langley Toys R Us on March 10.

Anyone with information that might assist with any of the above investigations is asked to call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.To remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers and leave an “anonymous tip”: talk: 1-800-222-8477 or type: www.solvecrime.ca.

 

On Feb.23, Aldergrove Marks Work Warehouse reported a theft of over $500 worth of rain gear. Police allege the pictured male stole the gear. (File 2018-6338)

It is alleged the pictured male broke into an apartment residence in Murrayville on February 23rd. He stole money, jewelry and a chequebook from the unit. (File 2018-6348)

Home Hardware in Aldergrove reported a theft of a shower head on Feb. 25. The suspect was seen leaving in a beige or silver SUV. (File 2018-6597)

Police allege the pictured woman stole baby formula from the Shoppers Drug Mart on Fraser Highway on Jan. 22. (File 2018-2484)

Police allege the pictured male stole an iPad from the Langley Toys R Us on March 10. (File 2018-8285)

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