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  • Folks, it’s that time of year (Tax Season) when scam artists are most active. Police warn the public about an “emerging” and relatively sophisticated phone fraud scheme which has already cost at least five victims in Toronto more than $5 million, and which might already be targeting people elsewhere in Canada. Continue reading »

  • The below is a reminder that any and all professionals ie: Telus, Hyrdo or Police should have proper identification on them * Just because someone wears a safety vest or has a lanyard doesn’t mean they’re who they say they are * Trust your instincts * Any and all suspicious activity needs to be reported to police 604-599-0502 *

    Surrey RCMP News Release – For Immediate Distribution

    Date:   2018-01-16

    File:     2017-180525/172145

    Title:  Thieves posing as police steal cash and credit cards

    Surrey RCMP is advising the public to consider checking the credentials of persons claiming to be police officers who are not wearing a full uniform.

    On December 2nd and 19th, 2017, Surrey RCMP was called after a man claiming to be a police officer allegedly stole from his victims.  In both cases a South Asian male entered the victim’s home with consent as the victim believed he was a police officer.  When the opportunity presented itself, the suspect stole cash and credit cards from the victim and then fled.

    The suspect is described in both instances as a South Asian male, 20–40 years old, 6’0” tall, clean shaven, and wearing all black clothing. A police artist has produced a composite sketch of the suspect using details from the victims (see attached).  Police are not able to say at this point if the suspects from the two incidents are one in the same.

    “It is perfectly acceptable to ask someone identifying themselves as a police officer for their credentials, like a badge and photo ID card,” says Corporal Scotty Schumann. “If you’re not satisfied with the information provided, you can contact the police of jurisdiction to confirm the officer’s attendance. Dispatchers will be able to tell you if an officer is at your door.”

    Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 and quote file #2017-172145/180525.

    If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or

    composite sketch 1_1.jpg

  • Help police identify person of interest


    2018-01-17 11:06 PST

    File # 2017-177569

    Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s help with identifying a man after a suspicious occurrence in December of 2017.

    The man is described as an elderly Caucasian male who is clean shaven and has short, greying hair.

    suspect photo

    This person of interest has not been charged with any offence so further details cannot be released at this time, however police would like to speak with this individual.

    Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 and quote file #2017-177569.

    If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or

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  • Police looking for suspect after sexual assault


    2018-01-17 09:14 PST

    File # 2018-5683

    Surrey RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect after a reported sexual assault in the south Surrey area.

    On January 12th, 2018 at approximately 10:20 pm, officers were dispatched to the 15300 block of 21st Avenue. A woman reported that she had been attacked and groped by a male. The victim screamed and pushed the attacker away and then he fled the area on foot. Patrol officers located and detained a man in the area with a similar description shortly after the incident. The subsequent investigation resulted in the release of that person with no charges.

    The suspect was described by the victim as 5’7″ to 5’8″ tall, wearing a grey hoody and a grey looking back pack.

    Surrey RCMP Special Victims Unit officers are leading this investigation and are appealing to the public for any information that may lead to the suspect being identified.

    Thankfully the victim was not physically harmed, says Corporal Scotty Schumann. Investigators are hoping someone may have spotted a similar looking person in this area and come forward with that information. Any detail, no matter how small or insignificant it may seem, could be what solves a crime.

    Anyone with more information is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, and quote file #2018-5683.

    If you wish to make an anonymous report please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or

  • Important notice to all residents of Wills Creek:

    Unfortunately it is that time of year when mail and parcel, and theft from vehicles are on the rise. Recently there have been a number of incidents in and around our complex where vehicles have been broken into and the lights above the mailboxes on the 3109 side of complex near the amenities building spray painted black. It appears this was a failed attempt to create an area of darkness to perpetrate a crime, presumably mail theft.

    Residents are reminded again to take the following precautions to reduce any opportunity for thieves to steal anything.

    1. Remove or hide anything of value in your cars to avoid thieves from breaking windows or trying to gain access. Even seamlessly small amounts of change in cupholders will be enough to tempt thieves.
    2. Do not leave any parcels outside. If you are expecting a parcel and will not be home to receive it, arrange for a neighbour to pick it up until you get home.
    3. Empty your mailbox everyday and if you are away again arrange for a neighbour to get your mail.
    4. If you see anything suspicious no matter how insignificant call the police 911 if it is in progress, otherwise call the police non-emergency number. YOU will not be bothering the police by reporting suspicious activity.

    Please lets all do our part to take a bit out of crime.


    Sent on behalf of the Safety and Security Committee

    Wills Creek, “Creating Community-Experience the difference”



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