A company work vehicle belonging to a resident on 3109 side of complex was broken into sometime overnight between Jan 24th and Jan 26th while parked on street. The vehicle was alarmed but alarm may not have engaged. Stolen from the vehicle was a company gas card and an old pair of sunglasses. Credit card cancelled immediately and incident reported to Police. Police file Number 201711851
Residents are reminded to ensure vehicles are locked and doors checked to confirm alarm set properly. If you see or hear anything suspicious, always call police and report it.
Surrey Mounties say people should keep their eyes peeled for an old maroon-coloured van after two suspicious incidents, in Guildford and Fleetwood.
Police say a woman was jogging in the 16400-block of 80th Avenue at about 5 p.m. Jan. 24 when she noticed a van circling the area.
“The van stopped and the driver got out, continuing to watch the woman,” Corporal Scotty Schumann said. “The driver tried to engage the woman in conversation and followed her on foot until she left in her vehicle.”
The following day, a girl was walking her dog in the 14900-block of 96th Avenue at about 3:30 p.m. when she saw a van following her. “The van sped up and slowed down to match her pace,” Schumann said. “The girl hid and the van eventually drove away.
“Investigators are speaking to witnesses and gathering information to determine whether it is the same maroon-coloured van in both instances…
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On January 10th, residents of Morgan Creek reported seeing what appears to be a wild cat of some sort in the area. Although not confirmed, the cat was reported to be possibly a Bobcat or Lynx. Please keep an eye out for this animal and take measures to protect your small animals when they are out alone. To see more info on the Bob Cat and the Canadian Lynx check out the link on wikipedia.
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I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone in Wills Creek a very happy and prosperous 2017. I would also like to thank our Strata Council president Jo Tonita, Council members and various committees for their hard work as volunteers to make Wills Creek one of the best and most sought after places to live in South Surrey.
We are a community of residents working towards a common goal of establishing Wills Creek as a friendly, cooperative, safe and respectful neighborhood for all those residing here.
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