Home Invasion, Atlantic Street – Halifax

During the early morning hours of the 7th of September 2008 a residence on Atlantic Street in Halifax was broken into while the occupants were sleeping.

The victims were sleeping in the upstairs when they were awakened by an unknown black male who pointed a gun at them, ordered them not to move or he would shoot their head off.

The suspect opened the dresser drawer in the bedroom as well as the bedside table. He took two laptop computers, a HP computer and a Toshiba computer, as well as a black nosier cell phone.

He then went back downstairs and left through the front door leaving the door open and using one of the victim’s bicycles as a means of transportation to leave the area.

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ATM Theft, Quinpool Road – Halifax

At around 8:00 pm on the 21st of September 2008 an ATM was stolen from Quingate Towers on Quinpool Road in Halifax, Nova Scotia, The ATM was later recovered on the Prospect Road.

Investigators viewed a video tape that showed two males that appeared to be casing out the area for awhile, they made several trips in and out of the building, using both the front door and the rear exit that was the point for the theft.

These two males are described as:

(1). White male, 18-24 years old, 5’9”-5’11”, 150-160 lbs, short brown hair, thin face, wearing a grey hoody with green on front that zipped up, white under shirt, blue jeans, black sneakers.

(2). White male, 20-26 years old, 5’11”-6’01”, 170-180 lbs, brown hair, wearing a black sweater/jacket with hood, black hat (white underarmour symbol on front), dark track pants (grey vertical stripe on legs), white under shirt.

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Break & Enter – Halifax

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying the two culprits responsible for a break enter & theft which occurred on Lynette Road in Halifax.

At around 9:10 am on Tuesday the 11th of November 2008 the victim left for work, at 9:25 am, they received a call from a neighbour that their apartment was being broken into by two young males wearing red hoodies.

The victim returned home to find the door had been forced.
Stolen was a laptop computer and wedding rings.

Please take a close look at these two photos (Click Picture for close up).

 
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Robbery – Dartmouth, NS

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in bringing to justice the persons responsible to at robbery which occurred on the Dartmouth Commons, Tuesday the 2nd of December 2008.

Shortly before 6:00 pm the victim cashed his pay check and was walking across the Dartmouth Commons. He was stopped by two men and robbed of cash and a Sanyo MP3 player.
The victim had his arm twisted up behind his back and his neck was cut with a sharp object.

The culprits were scared off by another person walking by who shouted at them.

The only description is they were two males.

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Car Theft – Pictou County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in solving a case of theft from Pictou County Nova Scotia

Sometime between December 6, 2008 and December 10, 2008 there was a theft from a private property garage in highway 376 in Durham Pictou County. Stolen was a 1979 Chevrolet Corvette, black in color with red interior. The stolen Corvette is similar to the car show in the photo.

The Corvette had been stored for the winter and did not have a battery in it. The left wheel and brake caliper were also not on the car. Culprits had general knowledge of cars as they put the wheel back on, battery in it and drove it away. They also removed some engine parts from a spare engine inside the garage and from another vehicle parked beside the corvette.

Theft – Pictou County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help solving a case of theft in Pictou County Nova Scotia.

Sometime between the evening hours of July 15, 2008 and the morning of July 16, 2008 some items were stolen from the yard of Partner’s Construction located on Haliburton Road, Stolen were approximately 12 feet of 10″ stainless steel extra heavy wall pipe and an 18″ duplex 90 degree elbow. The value of the items taken was in excess of $80,000. The duplex elbow is valued in excess of $78,000 as it is a very high quality steel and used mainly in the oil and gas industry for constructing pipelines.

Video surveillance from the scene showed at least two suspects operating a dark colored pickup truck.

 

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