Missing Person

Windsor RCMP need to speak with occupants of pickup truck

May 16, 2018, Chester Basin, Nova Scotia . . . Windsor RCMP would like to speak with the occupants of a pickup truck that may be connected to the ongoing search for Tim Wells.

On May 13, near Forest Heights Community School on Hwy. 12 in Chester Basin, two people who were in a blue GMC 4-door, four-wheel-drive pickup stopped to pick up a man who was on the side of the road. He appeared to need assistance and the couple offered him a ride home. They left the area with the man, headed North towards New Ross on Hwy. 12.

As mentioned in previous releases, Tim Wells was on a bike when he was last seen, and this information that police have received indicates the bike was not in the area when the two people in the truck picked the man up. Although police have not been able to confirm that the person who was offered a ride was Wells, they would like to speak with the occupants of the truck to determine whether this was the case.

The occupants of the truck are asked to contact Windsor RCMP at 902-798-2207. Anyone who may have information about this incident to call the RCMP. 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.

 Home Invasion in Kings County

April 4, 2018, Waterville, Kings County, Nova Scotia . . . On April 1, just before midnight, Kings District RCMP responded to a call of a home invasion and robbery that occurred at a residence on Mill St. Two masked men burst into an apartment, one of whom had a weapon in his hands. He demanded money from the occupants of the apartment, took a bag and a wallet owned by the victims, and both men fled the scene in a small dark coloured vehicle. They headed West on Mill St.

The wallet was located on the ground outside the home. Residents of another apartment in the building had also noticed the suspect vehicle in the area. Police patrolled the area extensively but have not yet located the suspects or their vehicle. No one was injured during the incident but Kings District RCMP is asking for the public to help identify and locate the suspects in this investigation. They are described as:

Suspect #1: Male, approximately 20 years old, tall and slim, wearing all black clothing. His face was completely covered in a sheer, stocking-like face cover, and he was wearing gloves. He had a deep voice and was holding a weapon.

Suspect #2: Male, wearing a mask and dressed in all black clothing. This man stood behind the first one and didn’t speak.

The General Investigation Section of Kings District RCMP is investigating this matter. The RCMP is asking anyone who has information about potential suspects in this incident to call Kings District RCMP at 902-679-5555. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you can also contact Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit tips by Secure Web Tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca. Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash award

Armed Robbery

March 22, 2018, Greenwood, Nova Scotia . . . Kings District RCMP, with the assistance of Kings District General Investigation Section (GIS) and RCMP Police Dog Service (PDS) are investigating an armed robbery. Last night at approximately 8:10 p.m., a woman entered a grocery store in Greenwood and handed the pharmacists a note demanding prescription drugs and money. She told one pharmacist that she had a knife. The woman fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of contin and hydromorphone pills.

The suspect is described as white, 5-foot-6, with a medium build. The suspect had her face covered. No one was injured.

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information on this robbery is asked to call Kings District RCMP at 902-765-3317. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you can also contact Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit tips by Secure Web Tips at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca. Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash award.