Arson – Lunenburg County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving the following case of arson which occurred in Lunenburg County Nova Scotia.

On the evening of June 15th, 2011 while it was raining, a cabin burnt approximately 3 miles north, near the end of Beechill Road, Lunenburg County, NS. Two teen males were noted in this area walking when it was discovered burnt. The Chester RCMP are seeking the publics assistance in identifying these two young males and as well looking for any information anyone may know about this cabin being burned.

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Graffiti – Eastern Passage

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help solving the following crime.

On 2011-08-28, 2000 hrs. there was a report of some new Graffiti near the skate board park in Eastern Passage.

Police attended the area and located some racial motivated graffiti on the road in front of the entrance for the skate board park at 51 Oceanview Rd.

On 2011-09-02, 1505 hrs RCMP received a graffiti complaint near Briarwood Dr and Cow Bay Rd that there was racial graffiti on the Canada Post Mail boxes. This incident occurred over the night of August 31. It was not reported until September 2. All graffiti was done in gold color spray paint on the mail boxes.Then on the other side of the house on the garbage box there was gold spray paint racial graffiti

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Break and Enter – Sheet Harbour

Crime Stoppers is asking the public’s assistance in solving the following break and enter:

On October 19th, 2011 at 2:30 am, Duncan Macmillan High School in Sheet Harbour, NS was the target of a break and enter.

The suspect(s) broke a window into the Vice Principals office, pried the lock off a cabinet and took various items including cash, prescription medication and a black Seville Classics fan. The suspect(s) searched through every drawer and cabinet in the Vice Principals office and the main office looking for items to steal.

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Brass Theft – Lawrencetown

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a case of theft of brass fittings from a well drilling business in Lawrencetown, Halifax County Nova Scotia.

Sometime between 5:00 pm on August 12, 2011 and 8:00 am on August 15, 2011 entry was gained through a hole cut in a chain link fence. $10,000 in brass fitting was taken from a truck and had a weight close to 2000
lbs. This theft would require some knowledge of the contents of the truck and a truck to remove the fittings.

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Copper Theft – Annapolis County

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving a rash of Copper thefts in Annapolis County Nova Scotia.

Annapolis County RCMP is requesting assistance with several thefts of copper from Nova Scotia Power. Three thefts from Nova Scotia Power generating sub stations occurred between Thursday, August 25, 2011 and Monday, August 29, 2011. All were similar in nature in that the grounding wires for the chain link
fencing had been cut and pulled out of the ground. The grounding wires are bare and may be weathered and green as shown in the picture below. There have been other recent copper thefts from Nova Scotia Power in Annapolis County over the past month as well.

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Theft of shingles – Middleton

Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in solving two cases of theft.

During the early morning hours of August 8th, 2011, an unknown number of suspects stole approximately 50 bundles of roofing shingles from Allen’s Home Hardware in Middleton, NS. The shingles are worth approximately $1,500. There was a similar theft about a week before this one as well.

On August 11th, 2011, a contractor reported that 51 bundles of roofing shingles were taken from a construction site on the Middle Road in Nictaux (just south of Middleton). The investigation to date has revealed the two theft could be connected.

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Vehicle Arson – Boutiliers Point

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving the following arson case which occurred in Boutiliers Point Nova Scotia.

On 2011-08-18 at approximately 1:03 am RCMP and fire department attended the government wharf next to Boutiliers Point Look off and 7112 St. Margaret’s Bay Road for a vehicle that was on fire. Upon arrival a 2003 Grey GMC Sierra fully engulfed. The firefighters on scene advised that a rag was in the gas tank
when they arrived. The wharf is currently under construction and the vehicle is registered to RJ Mac Isaac Construction Ltd Antigonish. There were no witnesses to the arson.

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Theft – Truro

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in solving the following case of theft being investigated by the Truro Police Service.

The theft that occurred overnight on Thursday, August 11, 2011 from the Chignecto School Bus garage at 266 Crossley Avenue, Truro, Nova Scotia.

Stolen was:

– 2005 white Chevrolet Silverado 3/4 ton truck, NSL: DZK640, with trailer attached
– 2001 white GMC pickup, Restricted Plate: R24138, with trailer attached
– (4) Husqvarna whipper snippers ($400.00 each)
– (2) red Western plows (most likely attached to the trucks)
– (4) orange Kubota GF1800 industrial lawn mowers (two mowers on each of the trailers)

Both trucks have Chignecto Central School Board logos on the doors, yellow flashing lights on top of the back rack. One trailer has a license plate of R23558, the other trailer is black. Total value of stolen property $194,500.

The 2001 white GMC pickup was recovered in the woods off Pictou Rd Bible Hill NS on Friday, August 12, 2011. The truck was completely burnt.

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