Langley RCMP are seeking public assistance in identifying these four suspects in a Langley City home invasion.

Langley RCMP seek home invasion suspects

Police are seeking information on four suspects who took part in a home invasion in a Langley City apartment on Sept. 8.

Langley RCMP are releasing video surveillance footage of a group suspected in a violent home invasion. A man was beaten in his apartment in the 5600 block of 201A Street on Sept. 8.

Around 3:15 a.m., the victim responded to a knock at his door and opened the door to a young woman. When the door opened, three men forced themselves into the apartment.  The victim was ordered to be quiet and instructed to sit in a chair, said police. One of the suspects struck the victim several times, leaving a mark and swelling on his face.

The victim was held at knifepoint while the remaining suspects rummaged through his apartment.

A number of items were taken including a Blackberry Playbook, two laptops, the victim’s wallet, several wristwatches and two Masonic rings.

Police believe the suspects were driving a GMC Jimmy or Chevy Blazer type vehicle.

Investigators would like the public to view the photograph and help identify the suspects. If you have any information call 604-532-3200 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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