suspects sought in connection to $500,000 theft from lions bay home - gold necklace and bracelet set
Two thieves took off from their home in lion Bay with gold, money, jewelry and other valuables worth more than $500,000, in this family's 16-year-
Despite new acquaintances, the old daughter invited them to spend the night.
The next day, on a Wednesday, my father drove his daughter to school and went to work. he didn't know that strangers were at his house.
"She wants to help them, but you shouldn't trust everyone," the father said . " He did not want to use his name.
"They said they had no place to stay at night.
Squamish RCMP has issued arrest warrants for the arrest of Brenden Eslick and Samantha Pelletier, who have been charged with theft of more than $5,000.
The man said he got home at about 4: 00. m. on Feb.
15 in order to find that the thief got on the car in the household car-a gray 2003 Toyota Camry-with a license plate number of 602 --JEP.
The door of the house was open and the valuables at home were missing.
"They picked up the safe box in our house," he said . ".
"They slid it down the stairs and put it in the car.
There is also a shortage of Persian carpets, laptops and other valuables, including personal documents such as barrewi gold coins, Persian gold earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets, and passports, to the will and deed of the residence.
The man said his daughter had not told him that the two were at home.
"I think she wants to be very kind to them," he said . ".
"I don't know, or I will kick them out. Staff of the RCMP
Jolaine Percival said the charges and warrants were approved at the end of February after the police were able to confirm the identity of the suspect.
The car was also missing, Percival said, adding that the couple may have fled to Alberta, where they are in contact.
Anyone with information about Eslick, Pelletier, or missing items is required to be in (604)892-
6100 or 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).