Police are looking for two men linked to the theft of expensive tools.

Thieves sought in multiple heists

Langley RCMP are looking for suspects in several thefts.

The Langley RCMP are looking to identify several alleged thieves caught on camera at thefts ranging from a heist of tools to a shoplifting of razor blades.

On June 29, two men in a black Honda Civic coupe broke into KMS Tools on the Langley Bypass. After using power tools to get into the building, the men took three welders and a compressor kit, valued at about $5,000 in total, Largy said.

One of the men wore an Under Armour hoodie during the break in.

On. Nov. 12, a South Langley business was broken into and company credit cards stolen. The cards were used several times that day before they were cancelled.

Police believe they have video surveillance images of the people who used the stolen cards.

On Dec. 23, a man stole a knife set worth more than $700 from the Langley Sears. He was seen leaving the mall parking lot in a red Toyota Corolla.Police are looking for a man linked to a theft of knives.

A break in to several lockers at the Walnut Grove Community Centre resulted in the theft of credit cards, cellphones, car keys, and a vehicle. Police say they have two suspects, one described as 5’9” wearing a black leather jacket, black pants, and a black shirt with a skull on the front. He may have had a red beard, and his face appeared to be injured, with Band-Aids on it, Largy said.Two people allegedly broke into lockers at the Walnut Grove Pool.

The other suspect, a woman, was about 5’7” with long blonde-brown hair. She was heavy set and was wearing white headphones or earmuffs around her neck, a purple and blue jacket, blue jeans, and black runners.Two people allegedly broke into lockers at the Walnut Grove Pool.

In a New Year’s Day theft, a man walked into the Langley Wal-Mart and walked out again with headphones, razor blades, and electric razors, without paying. He may have been with a woman.

Anyone with information on Kalynchuk or any of the other incidents can call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200, or to remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or visit www.solvecrime.ca, or text BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637).

 

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