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Truck seized after man run over outside Gabby's on Friday night

Langley RCMP have seized the 2003 gold Ford F350 pickup truck involved in the hit-and-run of a 55-year-old Langley man in the Gabby’s Country Cabaret parking lot on Friday night.

Police have collected information from witnesses and it now appears the victim had been in a physical altercation with the occupants of the gold truck prior to the collision at midnight.

“Indications are there were four males in the pickup truck who were behaving aggressively, starting fights and throwing beer cans from the vehicle,” said Langley RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Holly Marks.

“At one point, the suspects were climbing on the top of a Dodge Durango parked in the lot.”

The man that was run over was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries to his lower extremities.

The truck was eventually located in a parking lot in Fort Langley. It is being looked over by the Forensic Identification Services. Police have identified the registered owner and continue their investigation.

Marks said they are releasing details about three of the suspects in hopes more witnesses will come forward who haven’t already spoken to police.

Suspect #1 — Caucasian, late 20s, 5’9” tall, wearing dress jeans and a white golf shirt

Suspect #2 — Caucasian, 5’7” tall, 160 – 170 lbs., late 20s, wearing beige rugby pants, a white checkered dress shirt and a ‘Michael Jackson’ style hat

Suspect # 3 — Caucasian, 5’7” tall, 160 lbs., late 20s, with dark hair, peach fuzz beard and mustache, wearing blue jeans and a black T-shirt.

Investigators would like to speak with any witnesses to the incident who did not give a statement to police. Witnesses with information that would assist can Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

Those wishing to remain d you need to remain anonymous,call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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