Break ins prompt warning to Cloverdale businesses

Businesses in the Cloverdale area are being warned to be vigilant against thieves in the wake of several recent break and enters.

In the early hours of Jan. 9, the front door of a business in the 17600 block of 64 Avenue was smashed in, allowing thieves to gain entry into the business.

At around 6 a.m. the day before, thieves breached an external door at the recycling depot on 55 Avenue, gaining entry through a wall. There was also a break and enter at Clover Station Liquor Store at 58A Avenue and 176 Street. Glass and safety bars were cut from the parking lot side of the building.

Any suspicious activity should be reported to Staff Sgt. Martin Blain, Surrey South Zone Commander of the Surrey RCMP at 604-502-6275.

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