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Robberies on the rise in Aldergrove. Public assistance requested

Langley – In Aldergrove, B.C., there have been a number of robberies in the last few weeks. Langley RCMP are asking the public for help with some investigations.

Police file 2021-42182

The pictured bicycle was stolen during a garage break and enter in Murrayville on December 10th. The new Kenda eBike was valued at $2000 USD.

Stolen Kenda eBike

Police File 2022-1475

The two suspects pictured here according to police allegedly broke into an apartment parkade in Aldergrove on January 14th. “A crow bar was used to gain access to the lobby”. said police. Two doors were damaged during the break-in. Several residents storage lockers were broken into and multiple items stolen.

Police file 2022-1646 – No pictures provided

on January 15th, 2022 A male suspect entered and robbed a North Langley hair salon. The man allegedly “produced a knife and took $1000 from the till.” said Police

The suspect is described as Hispanic, male, 5’8 tall, medium build, approximately 30 – 40-years-old and he was wearing a grey fitted jacket, black / grey jeans, a black touque and a medical mask. The male spoke with an Hispanic accent.

Police File 2022-1884

In the early morning of January 18th, 2022, Police say this pictured male suspect “alleged to have robbed the 7-Eleven in Aldergrove with a knife.”

The male is described as Caucasian, in his 30’s-40’s, approximately 5’7 tall, wearing a mask, gloves, a black hat, grey and black hoodie, grey pants and white and black shoes. He was carrying a hockey bag and demanded it be filled with cigarettes. Once this was done, he left the store and fled in a black and grey Ford R350 dually. A female was seen sitting in the passenger seat of the truck.

Anyone with information that might assist with any of the above investigations is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Should you need to remain anonymous, please call CrimeStoppers:

There are two ways to leave an “anonymous tip” with Crime Stoppers.

Talk: 1-800-222-8477

Type: www.solvecrime.ca

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