Surveillance systems help with Langley crime investigations

Langley RCMP has released surveillance photos of people suspected of involvement in several recent scams and thefts.

On Nov. 27, someone used stolen credit cards at a Save-On-Foods in Langley to buy more than $500 worth of goods, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.

The cards had been stolen from Surrey during a break and enter earlier in the month.

In a brazen shoplifting, a man walked into Winners on Dec. 20 and walked out after filling a hamper with miscellaneous items, Marks said.

He was seen leaving in a smaller blue car. The only description police could provide was that he was a Caucasian man in his 40s.

A Dec. 28 theft from the W.C. Blair Recreation Centre has the RCMP releasing a photo of a man they want to identify in connection.

Taken from a locker were a wallen as well as set of car keys and some cash.  Since that time, credit cards have been used fraudulently and police allege the pictured male used one of the cards at a financial institution ATM.

On Jan. 5, someone made off with a weed eater from the front porch of a Walnut Grove home. The thief also took two pairs or boots, one white leather and fur lined, the other black leather, from the home in the 8600 block of 206B Street.

On Jan. 7, police believe a man stole three bottles of Grey Goose vodka from the Willoughby Liquor Store.

The suspect is about 50 years old, Caucasian, and was wearing a blue jacket and black pants.

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

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