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Car thief wanted in Langley makes top 10 list

Kevin Michael Beech, 34, has made it onto IMPACT
Kevin Michael Beech, 34, has made it onto IMPACT's top 10 most wanted list for car theft.
— image credit: RCMP

 

A man wanted in Langley has  made it onto B.C.'s top 10 list of worst car thieves.

Kevin Michael Beech, 34, is wanted on warrants for his arrest for possession of stolen property x2, driving while prohibited x3 and possession of a controlled substanse x2.

According to police, he is a well known car thief with property crime convictions in multiple jurisdictions including Richmond and Langley.

The other most wanted on the list – all men ranging in age from 21 to 43 – are from Surrey, Richmond, Penticton, Ridge Meadows, and New Westminster. This list was compiled by the Integrated Municipal Provincial Auto Crime Team (IMPACT).

IMPACT released their names and photos on Thursday as part of Auto Crime Enforcement month and the 10th anniversary of the bait car program in B.C.

 

Top 10 Stolen Vehicles for 2011 in Langley are:

 

1. Honda Civic

2. Ford F-Series

3. Honda Accord

4. Chrysler/Dodge Ram

5. Chrysler Caravan

6. Chevrolet Silverado

7. Jeep Integra

8. Acura Integra

9. Nissan Pathfinder

10. Toyota Camry

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