Shoplifters and a Stolen Rifle – Pictures!

Langley: RCMP in Langley is seeking the public`s assistance with the following investigations:

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Police allege the pictured individual stole liquor from the Berezan Liquor Store on Ocober 29th.

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Photograph of Fox & Hound Liquor Theft Suspect #1

Photograph of Suspect #2 in Fox and Hound Liquor theft

The two pictured males entered the Fox and Hound Beer & Wine Store in Aldergrove on October 30th. It is alleged they left the store with several bottles of vodka they hadn’t paid for. It is believed they left on foot eastbound on 32nd Avenue.

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Photograph of Case for Stolen Rifle

Photograph of Stolen Ruger Rifle

The pictured rifle was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 5800 block of 200 Street. The rifle is described as a Ruger 10/22 (Takedown, .22 Calibre model) with a mounted Burris E1 scope. The rifle was stored in a ‘bob allen’ brand green case, as pictured.

Unfortunately the owner did not record the serial number and this oversight presents a reminder for all of us – maintain a record of your personal belongings. Please click here to access a template that might be helpful when creating your own inventory.

If you have information that might assist with any of these investigations, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200. Should you need to remain anonymous, please call CrimeStoppers:

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

Talk: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Type: www.solvecrime.ca

Text: BCTIP and your message to CRIMES (274637)

Facebook: www.facebook.com/metrovancouvercrimestoppers

Phone Scammers Using ‘Delta Police Department’ Name to Target Residents

Delta: Police in delta are warning public about phone scams in Delta and Surrey.

Phone scammers are once again at work in Delta, but this time they’re using the ‘Delta Police Department’ name to target residents in one of two scams currently circulating.

In the first scam, the fraudsters claim to be fundraising for the “Delta Police Anti-bullying Initiative”.  The callers are using and unidentified or blocked telephone number and requesting credit card donations for the “Initiative”.  The scammers are looking to obtain the victim’s credit card info.

As a reminder to residents, while we do take part in anti-bullying programs, there is NO “Delta Police Anti-Bullying Initiative” run by the DPD and we do not solicit donations via phone or email.

The second scam is a well-documented one in which scammers call (or email) potential victims pretending to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).  The goal of these scams is to access your personal and/or banking information and put it in the hands of the scammers.

Often, the scammers add an air of legitimacy to their scam by using phone spoofing apps or programs that allow them to display callback numbers legitimately associated to the businesses they pretend to be calling from.

You can read more about the CRA scams at the Canada Revenue Agency website.

To protect yourself against scammers:

  • Never provide personal information over the phone unless you are speaking to a trusted, confirmed source;
  • Do your research: before providing any personal information or donating any money hang up and double check the information through sources you trust and have identified yourself;
  • Do not click on any links in unsolicited emails;
  • If in doubt, delete the email or hang up the phone;
  • Report attempted frauds to your local police department even if you did not lose any money: your reports can help us warn and protect others.