Langley RCMP have released these photos from an unusual car theft that took place in an underground parking garage in Walnut Grove on Jan. 2. The man pictures is a suspect, said police.

Thieves take unusual steps to steal a car in Langley

RCMP have released photos of a pick up truck towing a Jetta from Walnut Grove parking garage. Police want to identify the pictured suspect.

Langley RCMP are releasing surveillance photos of an unusual car theft this month and a person of interest in the crime.

On Jan. 2, police were called about a vehicle stolen overnight in a parking garage in the 8900 block of 202 Street. Review of the surveillance footage shows a large newer black pick up truck towing the stolen Jetta out of the parking garage. The vehicle has since been recovered, however police would like to identify the suspect(s) and/or suspect vehicle. The pictured male (seen smoking) is a person of interest in this investigation, said police.

Should you have any information that might assist with the above investigations, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.  Should you need to remain anonymous, please call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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