Langley RCMP are trying to track down the rightful owners of some stolen items.

Police hoping to find rightful owners

Well known property thief arrested with stolen goods in Langley

If you have recently been the victim of property crime, police have some pictures of jewelry, sunglasses and other items that may be yours.

A well known property thief was arrested on March 31 in Langley City and now police are hoping to return some stolen goods to their rightful owners.

On March 31, Langley RCMP was called to the 19600 block of Fraser Highway where a witness saw a man break into a parked vehicle. The window had been smashed and a description of the male and his vehicle were provided to police.

A short time later, officers arrived to take a look at the vehicle with its window smashed and saw the possible suspect pull away in another vehicle. The officers stopped the car. The driver was known to police for property crimes. He matched the description given by the witness, said police. He was arrested and a quick search led police to finding an emergency glass breaker on him.

The vehicle was searched and many items were found that are believed to be stolen. The items included electronics, jewelry and sunglasses amongst other items.

Jesse James Kipps, 30, of Surrey has been charged with mischief, possession of break-in instruments and theft under $5,000. He has been released from custody and will next appear in court on July 5.

Langley RCMP is asking victims of recent property crime to peruse the photographs of the property recovered and still not returned by going to langley.rcmp.ca. If you see an item belonging to you,call the Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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