Digby RCMP investigate vehicle thefts, Digby, N.S.

Digby RCMP received two separate complaints of theft of vehicle on Saturday March 14th.

A grey Nissan Pathfinder was stolen from Second Ave in Digby sometime between midnight and 7 a.m.

on Saturday. The vehicle was later recovered on Prince William Street after it was driven into a snowbank. RCMP have no suspects for this crime.

Two unknown culprits tried to break into another vehicle on Prince William Street and were scared off by the home owner. Police were not called at that time. Investigation revealed that the culprits likely went next door and stole a 2010 white Chev Silverado single cab pick-up. The vehicle has also since been recovered, stuck in the snow in Gilberts Cove. Both vehicles had keys left in them at the time of the thefts.

RCMP warn residents that two other unlocked vehicles were also gone through on King street and a small amount of cash was taken. RCMP encourage the public to report all suspicious activity and to protect their property by securing their vehicles, keeping valuables out of sight and to not leave keys in their vehicles.

Anyone with information about these crimes is asked to contact the Digby RCMP at (902) 245-2579 or contact Crimsetoppers at 1-888-222(TIPS )8477 or visit the website at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca.

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