A thief made away with $20,000 of merchandise from Giant Langley on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020 after stealing four bikes from the local shop. Langley RCMP are investigating the break-in. (Giant Langley photo)

VIDEO: Thief steals $20,000 in bikes from Langley shop

Giant Langley was target of break and enter Sunday

A local shop in Willowbrook is in the red $20,000 after a thief made away with several bikes during the weekend.

Police were notified around 9:40 a.m. Sunday that Giant Langley, located at 118-20353 64th Ave., was the target of a break-in that occurred around 3:30 a.m. that same day, according to Langley RCMP Cpl. Holly Largy.

The suspect entered the shop by smashing the glass.

Giant Langley shared video surveillance of the suspect online.

“As many of you know we were broken into last night,” the owners wrote online.

“The thief managed to take four bikes, which were a 2020 Revolt E Pro, 2020 Liv Amiti E+4, a 2021 Trance, and a 2021 Roam 2.”

Giant Langley will be closed until further notice due to the break, the business announced online Sunday.


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