Langley RCMP issue warrant for theft suspect

Brittney Deering is wanted for two theft charges and three others for breaching probation.

Langley RCMP have issued an arrest warrant for Brittney Deering.

Langley RCMP have put out an arrest warrant for one of this community’s prolific property offenders.

Brittney Deering, 21, is currently wanted on several arrest warrants — two for theft under $5,000 and three for breaching probation.

On May 31, police went to the Tan de Soleil in the 19900 block of 72 Avenue after staff discovered $600 worth of tanning lotions were missing from the display shelf.  A review of the security video and subsequent investigation led police to request charges for Deering.

The most recent theft occurred on July 30 at Winners in Langley. Police allege Deering grabbed a wristwatch valued at approximately $250 and ran out of the store.

The breaches relate to a probation order requiring her to reside at a particular address, abide by the rules and regulations at said address and abstain from consumption and/or possession of non-prescription drugs.

Deering is described as Caucasian, , 5’3” tall, 126 lbs. with brown hair and green eyes.

If you have any information that would assist police to execute this arrest warrant, call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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