Punches thrown on 200 Street, stolen property and more

Langley RCMP seek public’s help with a number of ongoing investigations

Police allege the pictured male stole a bike locked up in a bike rack on Douglas Crescent on June 26.

From a stolen bike, food and eyewear to a physical altercation on a busy street, Langley RCMP is seeking the assistance of the public with a number of investigations.

They are asking residents to look at the photos and read the information provided in the captions beneath them. Anyone with information that might assist with any of these cases, is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

Street Altercation

On July 9, at approximately 6:20 p.m., two men became involved in a physical altercation at the intersection of 200 Street and 42 Avenue.

It is unknown what precipitated the fight and witnesses describe a Caucasian motorcycle (Harley Davidson) rider in his late 50s, approximately 6’ tall, who pulled up beside a man on a dirt bike and said something unintelligible.

He then dismounted his bike and punched the victim in the head. Police are looking for any witnesses to the event or potentially any dash cam video.

Found Money

On July 27, a pouch was turned into police containing currency from Sierra Leone. Police would like to return the cash to its rightful owner.


On July 18, the pictured woman is alleged to have used a stolen credit card to make several purchases at a Langley Chevron. She is said to have been wearing a black baseball cap, a pink shirt, black pants and flip flops. She was seen leaving in what appeared to be a black four-door Mazda.

Police allege the pictured woman used a counterfeit American $20 bill to make purchases at a Langley Safeway on July 21.

It is alleged the pictured man and two women stole perfume from a Langley Shoppers Drug Mart on Aug. 4.

It is alleged a man and two women stole perfume from a Langley Shoppers Drug Mart on Aug. 4.

It is alleged a man and two women stole perfume from a Langley Shoppers Drug Mart on Aug. 4.

The pictured woman is alleged to have stolen food products from a Langley 7-Eleven on Aug. 4. She is described as approximately 6’ tall, long black hair, and she was wearing black shorts, a rainbow coloured shirt, pink/grey shoes and she was carrying a white purse. She was seen leaving in a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee believed to have been purchased with stolen identity.

It is alleged the pictured female stole glasses frames from a Langley LensCrafters store on August 5th. The frames are worth over $2000.

The pictured bike was stole from outside the Brookswood 7-Eleven on Aug. 6. The bike is a GT, red in colour with black handlebars, black wheels and black pedals. The suspect is described as Caucasian, male, 20 to 30 years old, approximately 5’8” tall, medium build and has a short wide Mohawk haircut. He was wearing a blue T-shirt.

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