Theft /Property Damage – Dartmouth

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in bringing to justice the person or persons responsible for theft and property damage in to oil tanks in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.

17 ½ Farquharson Street, Dartmouth, NS
* Occurred between: 11-01-26 at 2300 hrs – 11-01-27 at 0630 hrs
* Copper line twisted off (2.5 feet).
* Loss of approximately one (1) gallon of oil.

B-139 Main Street (Duart Hardwood Floors) Dart, NS
* Occurred between: 11-01-26 at 1050 hrs – 11-01-27 at 0800 hrs
* Copper line twisted off (appears as though no tool used).
* Loss of approximately 1125 liters of furnace oil.

Tacoma Drive, Dartmouth, NS.
* Occurred between: 11-01-26 at 1900 hrs – 11-01-27 at 1000 hrs.
* Copper line taken
* ½ tank of furnace oil taken.
17 Weyburn Drive, Dartmouth, NS
* Occurred between: 11-01-26 at 2130 hrs – 11-01-27 at 1700 hrs.
* Copper line twisted off.
* Approximately 232 liters of furnace oil taken.

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Break and Enter – Hammonds Plains

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a break enter and theft which occurred in Hammonds Plains Nova Scotia.

On January 4th 2011 a home was broken into on Half Way Lake Drive. The only items that were taken are as follows:

Sony 60″ 3D flat screen T.V., apparently there might only be a few in the Maritimes.
Sony Blue Ray DVD player.
Sony Sound System
Sony 3D glasses, (4 pairs)
H.P. laptop computer.

The home owners had only been gone for a few hours when unknown person(s) pried open a window in the back of the residence and gained entry.

Home Invasion – Dartmouth

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for a home invasion which took place on Galaxy Drive in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

On November 28, 2010 at approximately 23:00, two suspects entered the apartment and pointed a firearm at the victims head demanding cash and jewelery. One of the male suspects was described as a dark skinned black male wearing a ski mask and hooded sweatshirt. The second suspect is described as a light skinned black male with a chin strap beard.

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Enfield – Fraud

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in identifying the
persons responsible for the following crimes.

Enfield RCMP are seeking assistance in identifying a fraud suspect. On
January 6, 2011, a lone male entered the ESSO Service Station in Elmsdale, Nova Scotia. The male presented “Vanilla Pre-paid Mastercards” to the clerk. He advised that the pre-paid cards had been given to him as a gift, but when he tried to use them, the cards were not activated.

He then asked if the clerk could activate them for him, which the clerk did. The suspect used five pre-paid cards valued at $100 each. This same suspect committed the same fraud at the Fall River ESSO for a total of $250 the day before.

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Yarmouth – Break & Enter

On Friday, November 19, 2010 between 04:50 and 05:15 a Caucasian male broke into Dooley’s in Yarmouth, Nova, Once inside, the office safe containing a sum of money was broken into.

The suspect male is Caucasian, approximately 5’6″-5’7″, 25-30 years old, 150 pounds, thin, short brown hair with long side burns, and appeared to be left- handed. The suspect was wearing a distinct two toned bomber style jacket with logo on sleeve and back.

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Pictou County – Theft

A break, enter and theft occurred at 1491 Black Brook Road, Black Brook, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, sometime between 14:30 on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 and 09:30 on Wednesday, December 29, 2010.

A set of upper kitchen cupboards were stolen including an over the range microwave (white in color). The kitchen cupboards were made of oak with raised panel doors and a clear, natural finish with the two corner cupboard doors having glass doors. The area has been subject to several breaks and enters in the past as it is quite remote, providing the time needed to remove and steal such items.

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Waverley – Break & Enter

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a case of break enter & theft which occurred in Waverley Nova Scotia.

On October 31, 2010 and November 12, 2010 someone broke into the Pizza Place in Waverley. Taken was a quantity of cigarette products. A witness saw the suspect running with a bag on his shoulder to a red Chevy Aveo sedan 4D. The suspect got in the passenger door. The car went to the Fall River on HWY 2.

Suspect is described as a white male, 30 years old, approx 6’, thin build.

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Break Enter & Theft – Pictou County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving the following case of Break Enter & Theft.

On December 10, 2010, the Pictou County District RCMP received a call of a break, enter and theft from a camp in MacLellans Mountain, Pictou County, NS. Suspects used a small grinder to remove the lock from the
gate to gain access to the property. Once inside, they proceeded to cut off five more locks on the outbuildings. They smashed the window out of the camp to gain access to it. Various items were stolen and it appeared the suspects were getting ready to hook up to a trailer there and load it full of items. The break-in occurred between midnight and 06:30. Suspects came with a truck. Several snowmobiles, two more ATVs and tools were left behind, so it is possible they may plan to return. If anyone has any information please contact the investigator.

Items reported stolen are:

  • 1999 Polaris Sportsman ATV (green
  • Honda 3000w generator
  • 2009 Husqvarna Chainsaw
  • 1995 Husqvarna Chainsaw
  • 2009 Sanyo 32″ flat screen TV
  • 2 Swiss brand travel bags
  • Dewalt Grinder (air powered)
  • 1.5 inch electric impact gun
  • 2 deep cycle batteries
  • 3 Walmart Brand Trail cameras
  • 2 new snowmobile helmets (1 CKX and 1 Arctic Cat)
  • 4 cans of gasoline

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