Under R parity, the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) is stable and may serve as a good dark matter candidate. The R parity can be naturally introduced with a gauge origin at the TeV scale. We go over why a TeV scale B - L gauge extension of the minimal supersymmetric standard model is one of the most natural, if not demanded, low energy supersymmetric models. In the presence of a TeV scale Abelian gauge symmetry, the (predominantly) right-handed sneutrino LSP can be a good dark matter candidate. Its identification at the LHC is challenging because it does not carry any standard model charge. We show how we can use the correlation between the LHC experiments (dilepton resonance signals) and the direct dark matter search experiments (such as CDMS and XENON) to identify the right-handed sneutrino LSP dark matter in the B - L extended minimal supersymmetric standard model.