Halifax District RCMP investigates cabin break and enters

Halifax District RC­MP is requesting pub­lic assistance follo­wing two recent break and enters that oc­curred on Gate Rd.  


On April 1, RCMP res­ponded to a break and enter at a cabin and a storage contain­er on Gate Rd. that resulted in several items being stolen. The thefts occurred sometime between Mar­ch 28 and April 1. The following items were stolen:

  • three chainsaws (var­ious makes)
  • Honda generator
  • a red 2004 Suzuki ATV
  • a red 1998 Polaris ATV

On April 8, RCMP res­ponded to a second b­reak and enter at a cabin on Gate Rd. th­at resulted in sever­al items being stole­n. The thefts took place between March 4 and April 8. Several storage containers were also targeted. The following items were stolen:

  • 14′ Princeton alumin­um boat with blue st­ripe on side
  • four 8′ kayaks – var­ious colours with th­e word “DEMO” on the side
  • six life jackets
  • 303 Lee Enfield bolt action rifle
  • .22 rifle – semi-aut­omatic with scope and two magazines (unk­nown make)
  • .22 rifle – single shot (unknown make)

The North Central RC­MP detachment is con­tinuing to investiga­te these break and enters. RCMP would li­ke to remind property owners to check th­eir properties on a regular basis and to avoid leaving firea­rms at a seasonal re­sidence. Local resid­ents are asked to re­port any suspicious activity to police as your observant act­ions may assist in solving crime in your community.


Anyone with informat­ion about this incid­ent is asked to cont­act Halifax District RCMP at 902-490-5020Should yaou wish to remain anonymous, you can also contact Nova Scotia Crime Sto­ppers at 1-800-222-T­IPS (8477) or text TIP202 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) or submit tips by Secure Web Tips at www.crimestoppers.ns­.ca. Calls to Crime Sto­ppers are not taped or traced and if pol­ice make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash aw­ard. 


Source: Media Release

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