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Gun pointed at Aldergrove driver

A driver who pointed a handgun at an unsuspecting driver in Aldergrove last Wednesday (May 23) was caught and now faces charges.

Around 2:30 p.m., Langley RCMP received a 911 call to the area of 264 Street and Robertson Crescent where a 38-year-old man is accused of pointing a gun at another driver, said Langley RCMP spokesperson Const. Craig van Herk. The victim didn’t know the gun-toting driver.

The victim sped away but was able to obtain a vehicle description and licenCe plate number. No shots were fired and the victim wasn’t injured, van Herk confirmed.

Langley RCMP and Air Two responded to the area in attempts to locate the suspect and vehicle.

A short while later officers patrolling the area of 276 Street and River Road located the vehicle. The driver of the suspect vehicle was arrested without incident. The file remains under investigation, sa

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