Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance after a spate of shoplifting cases, involving at least eight suspects, in October and November.
Fast Tech Services – October 12
On October 12, Fast Tech Services was broken into in the early morning hours. Cash, bank cheques, a laser level, and a tripod were stolen. The suspects were captured on security cameras.
RW&Co. – October 26
On October 26, the two women pictured allegedly stole clothing from RW&Co. in the Langley Power Centre. The first woman is thought to be in her mid-20s. She was seen wearing all black and carrying a large handbag. The second woman is thought to be in her 50s and was wearing purple pants and a shirt with another grey shirt over the top. She was also carrying a large handbag.
Shopper’s Drug Mart – October 28
On October 28, the woman pictured below allegedly stole false eyelashes from the Shopper’s Drug Mart in Langley City. She is described as Caucasian, in her mid-20s with light brown hair and light coloured eyes.
Shopper’s Drug Mart – November 3
On November 3, the pictured man allegedly stole perfume from the Shopper’s Drug Mart. He is described as Caucasian, in his mid t0 late 20s, about 6 feet tall, with a skinny build. He was wearing a black hoodie and may go by the name “Alex.”
Safeway – November 13
The pictured man allegedly used counterfeit currency at the Safeway on Fraser Highway on November 13.
Big Box Outlet – November 14
On November 14, the pictured man allegedly stole clothing from the Big Box Outlet on Fraser Highway.
Telus Store – November 15
On November 15, the man pictured below allegedly stole a headset worth more than $300 from the Telus Store on Fraser Highway.