Two robberies appear to be the work of the same set of thieves

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Langley: At approximately 12:15 a.m. on Saturday April 12, 2014 alone male gained entry to the Chevron Gas Station store in the 20500 block of the Lougheed Highway.  After threatening the clerk with a weapon, the suspect stole an undisclosed amount of money and lottery tickets.  He then left the gas station in a silver grey car, possibly a Pontiac Sunfire, which was driven by a female accomplice.

 

A short time later, at approximately 12:30 a.m. a similarly described male suspect entered a North Langley Chevron Station by shattering the locked glass door.  He then smashed the front counter glass case with a hammer and took over $400 in lottery tickets and ordered the attendant to open the cash register.  He took the coin drawer as well.  The vehicle observed in this robbery was a dark red car, possibly a Honda.

 

The suspect is described as a white male in his late 20’s or early 30’s, approximately 5 foot 8 inches tall with a medium build, with no facial hair and dark coloured eyes.  He was wearing a black, or dark blue hooded sweatshirt which had the word “shady” written on the front, blue jeans and tan coloured boots.  The female accomplice was observed to have long dark coloured hair.

 

Corporal Alanna Dunlop said, “There is good evidence to indicate this is the same male and female who are responsible for both robberies, so Langley and Ridge Meadows RCMP investigators will be teaming up to solve these incidents.  The RCMP Integrated Forensic Identification Section has been called in to assist.”

 

Corporal Holly Marks said, “As always, we look forward to working together with Ridge Meadows RCMP to identify those responsible and follow through with this joint investigation.”