Break & Enter – Lantz

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

On Thursday, January 5, 2012 Enfield RCMP responded to a break and enters in the Lantz area. There were several items taken including seven distinguishable guitars. The total dollar amount of this B&E is close to $18,000.

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Also stolen from the residence were electronics equipment, jewellery, scanners, sound mixing Boards, digital cameras, etc. It is believed the culprits took the stolen items through the rear of the home and walked them out to the 102 Highway.

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Theft – Pictou County

Pictou County District RCMP is looking for a pair of removable ATV snow tracks. They are a front system, stolen from a private residence on Hwy # 289 (aka: Gairloch Rd.) in Middle River, Pictou Co., NS. The items went missing between December 29, 2011 at 18:00 and December 30, 2011 at 14:00. Brand: Kimplex Model: Commander Colour: Black the tracks are used to convert a standard ATV with wheels removed, into a winter snow ATV.

The picture attached is a sample of the item taken from the product website. The pair that was stolen is nearly identical to the photo, with the exception of a shock
absorbing suspension system welded to the stolen units, as the stolen units are for the front of an ATV.

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Theft of Gas – Lower Sackville

Lower Sackville RCMP is requesting assistance in identifying the people/vehicle involved in a theft of gas, which occurred on November 27, 2011 at the Petro-Canada located at 51 Sackville Drive, Sackville, NS. The amount of the theft was $39.62.

A male passenger pumped gas while the driver waited inside the vehicle. When finished, the passenger hung up the pump and got into the vehicle. The vehicle left the area quickly, headed west on Sackville Drive.

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Mount Uniacke – Break & Enter

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

On 2011-11-21, between 0100 and 0200 hrs, unknown culprit(s) gained entry into the Irving Store at 31 Highway #1 in Mt. Uniacke, NS.

Once inside, the culprits then smashed their way into an office where the safe and quantity of cigarettes were stored. There have been similar incidents & culprit(s) description at similar breaks in the area. Attached are photos obtained of two of the suspects responsible. Of note, both parties are wearing socks on
their hands, and the smaller suspect has a white shirt wrapped around his head.

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SOLVED – Robbery – Digby County


At around 1:30 pm on Monday December 12, 2011 a male suspect entered The Cash Store armed with a hammer and demanded money. The male is described as being 6 feet tall, 140 lbs. with a thin build, in his mid to late 30s or older, with a few days of growth of a beard on his face. . He was wearing dark sun glasses, a long black curly wig, a black toque with a large white skull printed on it, a camouflage coat (US army pattern) with a blaze orange liner, blue jeans and white running shoes with black markings on them. The male took $60 cash and fled the scene in a waiting light colored 4 door Pontiac Sunfire with a stolen NS plate CAR236.


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Theft – Musquodoboit Harbour

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a cash of theft and attempted fraud.

A purse was stolen from a vehicle in Musquodoboit Harbour on Thursday, December 1, 2011. On the same date, the suspects in the photographs below attempted to use the victim’s bank card at the Musquodoboit Harbour RBC but failed to enter the correct PIN.

Suspect’s description is as follows:

White male of average build, wearing a red, grey and white zip up hooded sweater with ‘ZYNY’ in black letters, dark colored track pants and a ball cap.
White female is described as a white female with brown shoulder length hair, wearing blue jeans and a black winter jacket with a hood trimmed in brownish fur

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Robbery – Halifax

A robbery occurred near the Westin in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Saturday, November 12, 2011. The victim was approached by two males and poked with a knife as demands were made for the victim’s wallet and cell phone. The two males fled to a nearby vehicle waiting in a driveway at the corner of Queen Street and South Street in Halifax.

The vehicle is described as light grey and Volvo style. The victim’s credit card was used less than an hour later at the McDonald’s Restaurant in Spryfield. The photographs of the suspects who used the credit card match the description provided by the victim of the robbery.

If you can identify these people please contact Crime Stoppers

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