Break Enter & Theft – Joseph Zatzman Drive Dartmouth

A business on Joseph Zatzman Drive in Burnside Industrial Park, Dartmouth Nova Scotia has been the victim of two breaks and enters within a month of each other.

The first break was sometime between October 24th and 25th 2008. The second was between November 7th and 10th 2008.

Both breaks were into the same locked compound, thousands of dollars in insulated wire was stolen. The weight was around 1500 lbs, 1 ½ inches in diameter, but can be stripped down for the copper.

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Arson – Dartmouth

On Saturday October 11, 2008 at approximately 4:30 am the Halifax Regional Fire Department responded to the Dartmouth Marie Slips where an old Coast Guard vessel was fully engulfed in flames.

This fire is suspicious and the investigation is continuing.

On Friday October 10, at 6:45 am there was a similar incident involving a smaller vessel in the same area.

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Robbery & Assault – Dartmouth

Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a case of a Robbery & Assault which took place on a pathway which runs between Auburn Drive and Greystone Drive in Halifax.

On Thursday October 30th, 2008 at around 9:30 pm the victim was on his way home when he observed three males standing in a circle on the path, as the victim approached the three males to walk by them, he was tripped to the ground… One of the guys grabbed the victims Mp3 players, swung it around hitting the victim on the head. As the victim tried to escape he was punched several times in the face and stomach before the suspects left.

The victim who suffered cuts to his forehead, cheek and chest was transported to the IWK and treated for his injuries.

Suspects Description:

(1). White male, 17-20 years old, 5’5”, wearing a dark shirt and jeans that were faded in the middle of the legs.
(2). Black male, 17-20 years old, 6’, wearing a red ‘Gap’ hooded shirt with a zipper, dark blue jogging pants with white stripes on the sides.
(3). Black male, 17-20 years old, less then 6’ tall, plain white t-shirt and dark pants.

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Theft from Wal-Mart – New Glasgow

On September 20, 2008, at approximately 21:30 hours, a laptop computer was stolen from the Walmart in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.

An unknown male and female entered the store separately. The male entered the electronics department and browsed around the computer section. He later returned to the section with a shopping cart, accompanied by the unknown female. Alleged they removed a laptop that was on display from the shelf and concealed it in the cart with other merchandise. The laptop is a Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop.

The male appears to be well groomed with an athletic build. The female appears to be blonde, well groomed and wearing an addidas track suit.

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Break & Enter – Dartmouth

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a case of break enter and theft which occurred in Dartmouth Nova Scotia on Monday August 25th, 2008.

Sometime between the hours of 12:30 am and 7:00 am while the home owners sleep person(s) entered a home on Lindy lane and made off with a number of item’s.

Item’s taken included a Giannini Acoustic Guitar, Black Ebony Gibson Les Paul Electric Guitar, medication, purses, wallets, cell phone.

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Break & Enter – Halifax

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in solving a break enter and theft case which occurred on Halifax.

Sometime between midnight and 12 noon on September 2nd, 2008 a residence was broken in on the 2300 block of Creighton Street.
Entry was made through a back door, once inside the culprit(s) ransacked the apartment and removed a quantity of assorted tools, two guitars.

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Break & Enter – Head of Chezzetcook

A Break and Enter occurred in Head of Chezzetcook, HRM, Nova Scotia sometime between Monday, 2007-11-12 and Thursday, 2007-11-15, at which time a banjo was stolen.

The banjo is a Stelling, Red Fox Banjo, made and purchased in 1997. The replacement value of the banjo is approximately $6000.00. The banjo has sustained normal wear and tear and was refurbished in June of 2007. The banjo is a curly maple color and it has an in laid mother of pearl maple leafs between several frets and an in laid mother of pearl fox head on the head stock.

Also, the banjo case was also stolen which is a black, vinyl covered plywood case with some tears with the words “Stelling”, in gold letters on the top of the case. There was also a tuner (tuning aid) valued at $50 and a set of Keith tuners valued at $50 stolen.

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Unsolved Crime, Break & Enter – Pugwash Cumberland County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help with solving a case of break enter and arson into a residence in Pugwash Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.

Sometime overnight on the 27th of August 2008 someone entered a vacant house at 10740 Durham Street #6 Highway in Pugwash. After the culprit (s) left, the uninsured house caught fire and was completely destroyed. Damage was in excess of $40,000.

The owners earlier in the week advised the investigators that the same house was broken into sometime in the last month; during this break the residence received minor damage.

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