Indo-Canadian Among Three People Arrested In Relation To Two Stolen Vehicles

MONTREAL, QUE.: MARCH 11, 2016 -- STK -- Police cruiser lights in the N.D.G. area of Montreal Thursday, March 11, 2016. (John Kenney / MONTREAL GAZETTE)

Rajveer Dosanjh, 31-years-old of Surrey, has been charged with Theft of automobile, Possession of stolen property, Possession of instrument for purpose of breaking into a vehicle, and Prohibited driving.

By DESIBUZZCanada Staff

SURREY – An Indo-Canadian man was among three people arrested and charged n relation to them allegedly possessing two stolen vehicles within two hours.

On May 21, 2019 at approximately 2:00 pm, officers with the Surrey RCMP Auto Crime Target Team (ACTT) located a stolen Honda Civic near 159 Street and 87 Avenue. With assistance from the Surrey RCMP’s Property Crime Target Team (PCTT), the Integrated Police Dog Service (IPDS) and Air 1, ACTT officers followed the Honda to Richmond where they observed two of the occupants steal another Honda Civic. Investigators continued to follow both vehicles until they were safely stopped and all three individuals were arrested.

Rajveer Dosanjh, 31-years-old of Surrey, has been charged with Theft of automobile, Possession of stolen property, Possession of instrument for purpose of breaking into a vehicle, and Prohibited driving. Kyle Vipond, 26-years-old of Surrey, has been charged with Theft of automobile. Tia Pozdnikoff, 26-years-old of Langley, has been charged with Knowingly being an occupant in a stolen vehicle. Both Dosanjh and Vipond are known to police and are current priority target offenders.

 “Our property crime investigation teams and crime anlysts continue to work together to target individuals and areas based on crime data which is evident in these arrests and charges,” says Inspector Mike Hall, Pro-Active Enforcement Officer, “Strategically addressing property crime is key to ensuring we are deploying our resources in a manner that impacts and lessens the property crime in our community.”

Anyone with information which may assist with this investigation is asked to call Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502, or contact Crime Stoppers if you wish to remain anonymous, at 1-800-222-8477 or www.solvecrime.ca.

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