Jeep driver rams Aldergrove ‘cop shop’ – twice

Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance with their investigation into a hit and run

A suspect driving an older Jeep rammed the side of the Aldergrove Community Policing office on Nov. 11.

Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance with their investigation into a hit and run involving the Aldergrove Community Police Office.

On Monday, Nov. 11, police were advised a male driver had just driven his older green Jeep Cherokee into the east side of the building just prior to 12:30 p.m. The complainant stated the vehicle drove head on into the building, then backed up and struck the building a second time.

The male driver is described as being in his 20s with black hair, no facial hair or glasses. He didn’t exit the vehicle, so no clothing description was obtained. The Cherokee was described as older with a push bar on the front. After the crashes, a female joined the suspect in the vehicle and they drove off.

The impact of the vehicle caused a hole in the side of the brick building that ultimately caused further damage inside the building by pushing a stud wall and breaking the drywall. Damage is estimated between $2,500 and $3,000.

Police are working with ICBC to identify potential suspect vehicles registered in British Columbia.

Anyone with information that would assist police with this investigation is asked to call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.  Should you need to remain anonymous, call CrimeStoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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