RCMP investigates theft of truck and equipment from Spencer’s Island

December 26, 2021, Spencer’s Island, Nova Scotia…Cumberland County District RCMP is investigating the theft of a truck and equipment from a property in Spencer’s Island.

In the last two weeks, a truck and equipment has been taken from a property on Highway 209 in Spencer’s Island, including:

·         A white 1999 Ford F450 truck with a black dump body with vehicle identification number (VIN) 1FDXF47F6XEC13087. The truck has red lettering on the door “Geldart & Sons Excavating”.

·         A black 2001 low-bed tilt-bed car trailer with dual axle and curved wheel covers. The trailer is 18 feet long and has a wooden deck. The trailer has a VIN of 2CUB23GA112009793. The frame is slightly bent on the left side.

·         A black 2008 utility trailer with a single axle. The trailer is approximately 6 – 8 feet long with VIN: 2SWUW11A28G392140.

·         A CAT 303E CR excavator with rubber tracks and thumb attachment. It also included a 2-foot wide digging bucket and a front bull-dozer plow. On the body of the excavator there are Atlantic CAT stencils and Red Hewlett Rentals stickers. The number 35302 is stenciled on the sides of the boom with black paint and it had a VIN of CAT0303EJHHM00394.

·         A green 2006 Honda Forman 450 ATV. The ATV is missing the rear right side black rubber mud-flap.

·         Approximately 25 green Military brand fuel cans.

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to contact the Cumberland County District RCMP at 902-667-3859. Should you wish to remain anonymous, call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

File # 20211856601