No Gifts for Thieves!!!


2019-12-09 10:01 PST

File # 2019 - Christmas

I know it’s hard to believe, but Christmas is right around the corner! This means many of us are running around flustered as we try to think of that last gift or just trying to find the perfect gift. With so much on our minds, we easily forget the small things. And they are little, NOW. But later, they can be really BIG and frustrating.

The first thing to keep in mind is keeping your belongings safe. Theft from Auto continues to be a problem in the Langleys and we need to change our ways significantly. Gone are the days where you can leave little possessions in the car while you quickly run in to this or that store. You need to take EVERYTHING out of sight. No loose change, no mail, no sunglasses and especially no electronics. Leaving these items in plain view is an invitation to thieves. Let’s start a new trend! Leave NOTHING in sight in your car! You can do it!

Now, you have too many bags and decide to make a trip to the car to lighten your load. Think….

It’s getting darker earlier so park somewhere well lit.

The next thing to think of is protecting yourself against identity theft. You’re shopping, you have a bunch of bags, you’re too hot in the mall, and you’re realizing you forgot to get something way on the other side of the mall. Slow down, take a breath and remember….
You’re done, you made it! The shopping is over, now you wrap everything and put it under the tree, which looks absolutely lovely in the window of your home. Consider….
You’re staying local this Christmas and it has been wonderful. Everyone loved their gifts. Now, time to clean up. It might be an idea to….


You’ve decided to go away, good for you! Let’s protect our home while we’re away…

Superintendent Murray Power, Officer in Charge Langley Detachment, A couple of seasonal messages for the great people of The City and Township of Langley. First and most importantly please ensure you and your families brush away the stresses of our fast moving world and truly take time to enjoy each other’s company.

Like all other first responders your Langley RCMP will be there for you no matter what day or time you need us. We will do all we can to assist in making the season safe and fun for everyone.

On behalf of all the staff and members of the Langley RCMP please accept a sincere Seasons Greetings.



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Cpl. Holly Largy

Media Relations Officer
Langley RCMP Detachment - "Connected with our Community" (English only)
22180 - 48A Avenue, Langley, BC V3A 8B7
Office: 604-532-3231
Cell: 778-991-7932
Fax: 604-532-3239


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