Do you know this man?

Langley man's identity stolen in 2011 - still being used by fraudsters. Now Langey police want your help to identify suspect.

Langley RCMP are hoping to identify this man suspected of using a Langley man's ID to rent a U-Haul van and never return it.

Langley RCMP are hoping to identify this man suspected of using a Langley man's ID to rent a U-Haul van and never return it.

A Langley man’s identity was stolen in 2011 and it’s been a nightmare ever since with cellphones purchased in his name twice. Most recently, a U-Haul rental van was stolen in his name.

Now Langley RCMP are revealing surveillance footage of the identity thief suspect in hopes someone can identify him.

Police were called to the U-Haul rental outlet on July 26 and told that one of their cube vans had been rented on July 17 and not returned five days later as was agreed.

A representative of the U-Haul company called the man identified on the rental agreement who advised the truck would be returned.

To date, it still has not.

Police went to the home of the man named on the contract and discovered this man had been the victim of identity theft.

His wallet containing all his identification had been stolen back in 2011 and he has been the victim of ID theft ever since. He is in the process of dealing with this issue, said police.

Investigators confirm the man who rented the U-Haul did so fraudulently by using stolen ID. If you can assist with this man’s identity call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

Langley Times

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