Watch that purse

Surrey RCMP warns Cloverdale businesses to keep a closer eye on personal items after recent theft.

People who work in downtown Cloverdale are being reminded to keep personal items like cellphones, purses and wallets out of sight – and preferably locked up – while they’re at the office.

The warning comes from the Surrey RCMP after a theft in downtown Cloverdale last Friday, Nov. 18.

The possible suspects were described as two females, one approximately 45 years old, standing 5’5″, tanned with a medium build. The second is a woman as 5’5″, in her 30s, with a heavy-set build.

The non-emergency number for the Surrey RCMP is 604-599-0502.

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