Surrey police seeking help identifying break-in suspects

The Surrey RCMP is seeking the public’s help in identifying suspects related to a break-and-enter incident from the weekend.

On Sunday, April 28, police responded to a call about an attempted break-in at a home on 189 Street. Two men reportedly used a tool and physical force in attempt to enter the home.

They failed to break in and ran from the scene before police arrived. Now, the Surrey RCMP is asking for help tracking the pair down.

“We believe this was a targeted, isolated incident and thankfully entry was not gained,” said Corp. Sarbjit K. Sangha in a release, Tuesday. “This was a brazen daytime attempted break and enter into a home and we are sharing [descriptions] with the public in an effort to identify these two individuals.”

A doorbell camera outside the home captured video of the crime.

Suspect one is described as a man with a medium build, wearing a grey hoodie with an “X CORP” logo printed on the front.

Suspect two is described as a man with a medium build, wearing a black “Bench” jacket with a hood.

Both suspects wore masks during the attempted break-in.

The Surrey RCMP say anyone who can identify either man can phone 604-599-0502, and quote file 2024-59436.