Harassment/Theft – Pictou County, N.S

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help with an ongoing crime in Hopewell Pictou County N.S

The complainant has made several complaints to the RCMP about being the victim of property crimes and harassment at his residence in Hopewell, Pictou County. Victim believes they have been targeted since 2008. A Person or person’s continuously come on to the property and into the garage where items have been disrupted, damaged or stolen.

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Suspicious Cabin Fire – Debert

On July 13, 2010, Colchester District RCMP were dispatched to a suspicious cabin fire on Reid Road in Debert. The Debert Fire Department attended the scene and extinguished the fire however the damage caused by same resulted in the cabin to being a total loss.

By the time the fire department arrived on scene the cabin was fully engulfed in flames with only the rear right side post of cabin still standing. As the cabin is in a very secluded area, the nearest neighbor is several kilometers away. Colchester District RCMP are asking anyone who might have information concerning this suspicious fire to contact the RCMP or Crimestoppers.

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Break & Enter – Pictou

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a case of break enter and theft in Pictou N.S

Sometime during the early morning hours of August 5th, 2011 the Pictou Royal Canadian Legion located at 130 Veterans Drive, Pictou, NS. Was broken into. The alarm was disabled, culprit (s) the went to the bar unlocked door and cooler door gaining access to safe and stole a large sum of money.
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Break & Enter – Mount Uniacke

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a break enter and theft which took place in Mount Uniacke Nova Scotia.

On Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 00:41, two males suspects broke into business located on James Boyle Drive, Mount Uniacke, Nova Scotia. A bolt cutter was used to gain access to the yard. From video surveillance, it appears that one male was wearing overalls with reflective tape around both legs and arms.

3 – 900′ rolls of copper wire
3 – 450′ rolls of copper wire
$2000-3000 in brass fittings
100′ of welding cable
truck with a 900′ roll of copper wire and tools

The keys were left in the truck. In addition to these item they also stole a cd play/ stereo from another unlocked truck from the work site.

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Theft – Popes Harbour

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s assistance in solving several break enter and thefts which happened in Popes Harbour, Nova Scotia.

On June 5th, 2011 multiple items were stolen from several properties owned by the same person on Lofty Pine Road, Popes Harbour, NS. The suspect(s) took various items including two unregistered firearms:

Winchester 30-30 rifle, lever action, brown wooden stalk and some rust on
the barrel inside a brown soft case.
.22 cal. rifle, semi automatic, brown wooden stalk with rabbit and bushes burned into the stalk, a “hand” burned into the fore-stalk .

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Theft of Dirt Bike – Sheet Harbour

Crime Stoppers is asking the public’s assistance in solving the following theft:

Between June 17th and June 22nd a 2004 Honda CRF150R Dirt Bike was stolen from a shed on Pool Road, Sheet Harbour, NS.

The suspect(s) took the dirt bike and did not touch any other items in the shed. The dirt bike is red/white with a dragon sticker on the front plate.

If you have any information regarding this crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or submit a Secure Web Tip at https://crimestoppers.ns.ca.

Also by TEXT “TIP202 plus your message to CRIMES (274637).”

If your tip leads to an arrest, your could qualify for a cash award between $50 and $2,000. Remember Crime Stoppers wants your information not your name.

Solved – Theft of Swimming Raft – Pictou County


Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in solving a theft in Pictou County Nova Scotia.

Pictou County District RCMP are investigating a theft of a swimming raft that went missing from the shore of a Black Point summer residence.  The raft was 10 x 10 and grey in color and made by the company Candock.  The raft was pushed from the shore into the water and likely moved by a boat.

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