Break and Enter Theft – Kentville

On March 5th, 2014 a brand new 2014 Yamaha Grizzly 700 Camouflage 4 Wheeler was stolen from a residence in Kentville. The suspect(s) gained entry to the garage through the side window. They could not find the keys for the ATV and had to push it away from the garage. The owner just purchased the ATV on March 4th. On March 7th the ATV was recovered in a field off of the Forties Rd in New Ross, NS.
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Kingston – Theft of off road vehicle

A dark green 2008 Argo 750EFI Avenger, with a black cab and tracks on the wheels, was stolen from the secure outdoor lot of a business in Kingston , NS.

Surveillance video from February 1st, 2014 shows that at approximately 0338 hrs, two males walk by the front entrance of the business. One is wearing a white winter jacket and dark coloured pants. The second male is wearing a black jacket with a red hoody underneath, with the hood pulled up over his head, and jeans.

Video shows the males in the secure lot at approximately 0345 hrs. One male proceeded directly to the Argo and was immediately able to start the machine, even though the keys were not left in the vehicle. The Argo was backed off the trailer and driven into, and through, the main locked gate. The Argo can be seen heading eastbound on the old railroad bed towards Middlet


Theft of Motor Vehicle – Rawdon, NS (SOLVED)

1999 Green Jeep Cherokee ,4 Door, Dark Green with new 33 inch tires with black rims, 9000LB wench on steel bumper and CB antenna on the rear.

The Vehicle was stolen on November 5, 2013 between the hours of 15:25 a& 16:15 from the carpool parking lot located at exit 3 of the Highway 101 between Irving Gas and Circle K and The Matitime Dressage Cantre.


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