Police response to home robbery briefly closes Fraser Highway

Emergency Response Team called in to 33000 block of 248 Street after an attempted robbery.

  • Dec. 9, 2014 9:00 a.m.

Police cordoned off Fraser Highway between 244 and 248 Streets.

A portion of Fraser Highway, between 244 and 248 Street was closed and Apex Secondary was in lockdown while police were chasing down suspects in an attempted robbery on Tuesday morning.

Around 10 a.m., Langley RCMP were called to the 33000 block of 248 Street after an attempted robbery had taken place at or near a home.

The Emergency Response Team also responded.

As police arrived to the area, two suspects fled.

An officer working at Apex school saw one of the suspects run through the school fi eld. That’s when the school was put on lockdown for a short

time.

Langley RCMP confirm that suspect was arrested but the second suspect was still at large and police continued to look for him in the afternoon.

A neighbour indicated that the police incident was actually a home invasion.

Langley RCMP don’t know at this time if there were any injuries and it isn’t known if a weapon was involved

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