A teenage boy who was involved in a case of breaking and entering at a Langford liquor store on Sunday evening turned himself into the police shortly after surveillance photos of him were shared online.
West Shore RCMP are seeking public assistance in their search for a teenage boy who is one of the three individuals who broke into a Langford liquor store last night.
On June 23rd, at around 2:25 a.m., one person was captured on surveillance footage smashing the front door glass of Cascadia Liquor Store (107- 977 Langford Parkway) before entering the store and stealing alcohol.
West Shore RCMP attended the scene and spoke to the manager at which time the manager called an emergency glass repair company who came and repaired the door. Officers then left the scene.
Approximately 3 hours later, at 5:50 a.m., three teenagers approached the store and broke the front door glass.
The manager was able to scare the three away before they could steal anything, and called police. When West Shore RCMP officers attended, they were able to determine that the suspects involved were one male and two females.
The two girls, both later determined to be 15-years-old, were seen wearing Spencer Middle School hockey jerseys.
Soon afterwards, police found out that Spencer Middle School had been broken into and hockey gear, including jerseys, had been stolen.
This led them to find and arrest the two girls involved, and charge them with break and enter and possession of property obtained by crime.
They were release on paperwork to guardians and have conditions to abide by a curfew between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. They’re both due to appear in court at a later date.
Now, RCMP are searching for the third individual involved.
The male suspect pictured above is described as Caucasian, and believed to be between 15-20 years old.
At the time of the incident he was wearing a white hoodie with black baseball cap, blue jeans and a black backpack.
Anyone who can identify him is asked to contact West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264 or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.