Suspects sought following break-ins in Sardis

Two separate incidents in same location have Crimestoppers appealing to the public for help

One of two suspects caught on video tape at a Garrison apartment building. RCMP are hoping the public can identify the person here based on her clothing.

Crimestoppers has released images from video surveillance of two suspects involved in two separate crimes at an apartment complex in Sardis. The first is of a woman who is suspected of break and enter and theft.

The picture doesn’t show the woman’s face, however provides a clear description of clothing worn by the woman. She is suspected of forcing her way into the apartment complex at 45389 Chehalis Dr. in Garrison, and then breaking into multiple storage lockers and vehicles. The incident took place on Jan. 3 at midnight, and Crimestoppers and the RCMP are hoping someone recognizes her.

Two days later, a man broke into the same building and stole mail from the community mailboxes. The image of the man does show his face, and a vehicle the police say is “associated to him.”

Anyone who recognizes these suspects can contact Cst. Tateyama at 604-792-4611.

If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

 

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