Crook cuts self

Langley RCMP issue video images of theft suspects

Security camera images of robbery suspects

One of two men suspected in a Sunday morning break-in at a Langley computer store suffered what appeared to be a serious cut when he smashed through a window.

RCMP said on August 21 around 6:50 a.m. the suspects drove up to Simply Computing in Willowbrook Mall in a small dark green or blue four-door car.

One suspect wore a yellow and orange traffic vest, white and black ball cap, black and white shorts, white runners and white gloves.

The other man wore a black hoodie and dark gray shorts.

Both appeared to be Caucasian.

The first man climbed a ladder already on site at the store front.

The upper glass of the window was smashed which allowed the suspect reached inside and take two iMac computers.

He cut himself on the broken glass and left what police described as “a fair amount of blood” at the scene.

Police have released security camera images of the robbery.

Any one with any information that might help police is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200 or Crimestoppers at  1-800-222-TIPS (8477) to leave an anonymous tip. Or log on to

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