Man sought for break-in at Langley City apartment

Langley RCMP seeking Surrey man who they suspect ransacked a Langley City apartment.

Howard Solomon O'Soup

Langley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance to help them arrest Howard Solomon O’Soup. He is wanted for a break-in at a Langley City apartment on March 11.

It is alleged O’Soup broke into an apartment in the 5600 block of 201A Street by forcing entry through the front doors of the building, and subsequently kicking or ramming open the apartment door.

The resident returned home from work to find her apartment had been ransacked. Drawers had been pulled out and items strewn everywhere.

Lower Mainland Forensic Identification Services attended and obtained fingerprint impressions from inside the residence that have been identified as belonging to O’Soup. Additionally, surveillance camera images were obtained and appear to be a likeness of O’Soup.

A variety of items were taken from the home, including a laptop, cash, tobacco pipes, shoes, and an iPhone.

O’Soup, 35, from Surrey, is 5’10”, 200 pounds with short, black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information on him can call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200 or CrimeStoppers.

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