Update (February 18):
Surrey RCMP stated today (February 18) that they have arrested a suspect allegedly involved in an armed robbery that took place at a Surrey mall last autumn.
After Surrey RCMP received a report about a robbery at the Chatr Mobile store in Surrey’s Central City Shopping Centre on October 27, police made an appeal for help from the public for information. Consequently, a person of interest was identified in the investigation.
Then on February 12, Surrey officers located and arrested 32-year-old Jeremy Morgan, who was allegedly in possession of a loaded firearm when he was arrested.
He is scheduled to appear in Surrey provincial court today (February 18) to face charges of robbery, use of an imitation firearm to commit an indictable offence, and possession of a firearm without a license or registration document.
He is also appearing in court today to face charges of theft ($5,000 or under) from a separate incident that took place in Delta on November 12.
Furthermore, he is scheduled to appear in court on March 18 to face a charge of break-and-enter for an incident in Delta on May 29.
Original article (November 8, 2019):
After an armed robbery took place at a mall in the Whalley area of Surrey, police are seeking to identify both the male suspect as well as a female person of interest.
Around 5:42 p.m. on October 27, a man entered the Chatr Mobile store in the Central City Shopping Centre in Surrey.
He went behind the counter, stole cash from the cash box, and threatened the store employee with a weapon.
The male suspect then fled on foot, leaving the mall through the west exit towards University Drive.
He is described as a white adult male with a medium build and short brown hair. He was wearing a black hat with a Burton logo on it.
After reviewing surveillance video, investigators released images of an adult female who is considered a person of interest in the incident.
Anyone who can identify this person of interest or the suspect is asked to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or, to make an anonymous report, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.