Langley cat burglar taking stuffed toys

He’s not to be found on the RCMP’s prolific offender list but a young fellow in Brookswood is gaining a reputation for property crimes.

He’s prowling a small area of Brookswood, in fact right around his home. So far he’s taken stuffed animals, a half dozen so far, and secreted them into his bed.

It’s a bit embarassing for his ‘pet parents’ as one is a retired police officer.

About a year ago the family took in two ginger males which, after settling in, were allowed some outdoor time during daylight hours.

The one brother has started in on a life of crime, and the other ain’t talkin’.

Friend Mike Harvey said the family wants to remain anonymous, but did want to warn of their furry, furtive feline, lest kids’ toys have gone missing from neighbours who will likely recognize the suspect from the arresting photo.

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