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News & Alerts

Investigation continues into disappearance of Jami Springer

The RCMP in New Brunswick’s Major Crime Unit continues to follow up on tips and information regarding the disappearance of Jami Springer of Moncton who has been missing since August 31. “Investigators have spoken to numerous people and followed up on information from the public,” says S/Sgt. Maurice Comeau with Codiac Regional RCMP. “We believe there is someone out there who has informatio[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Break, enter and theft – Saint-Jacques, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Rivière-Verte detachment of the West District RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in solving a break, enter and theft that occurred at a home in Saint-Jacques, New Brunswick. On October 26, 2015, sometime between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., one or more people broke into a residence on the Rang 2 Road in Saint-Jacques. Various items were stolen, including a pair of Celes[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Mortgage Fraud

Crime Stoppers and the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) are seeking the public's help to identify potential mortgage fraud in New Brunswick. The licensing and regulation of mortgage brokers is a new area for (FCNB). Mortgage fraud occurs when someone deliberately misrepresent information in a mortgage application. This can include: Encouraging someone to give false employment det[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Disposal of debris and garbage on Crown Lands

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Justice and Public Safety are asking the public for their help in resolving an on-going problem of dumping on Crown Lands. Disposing of debris, garbage, construction material, or vehicles on Crown Lands is an offence under the Crown Lands and Forests Act. Any person convicted of this offence could be fined a minimum of $500.00 for the first offence, and may be [Read more]

Crime of the Week: Vandalism – Oromocto NB (Gage Golf Club)

Crime Stoppers, the West District RCMP and the Canadian Forces Military Police at the 5th Canadian Division Support Base (CDSB) Gagetown are seeking the public’s assistance to solve a case of vandalism at the Gage Golf Club in Oromocto, New Brunswick. Sometime between 10 p.m. on February 20 and 7 a.m. on February 21, 2016, a vehicle, believed to have been an SUV or small truck, entered the parki[Read more]

Curbing illegal Hunting and Trapping practices in New Brunswick

Crime Stoppers, and the Department of Justice and Public Safety are seeking your help in an attempt to stop illegal hunting practices here in New Brunswick. The hunting and trapping of animals out of season is a recognized illegal activity. Another very serious offence is the hunting of deer, moose, and other animals at night. In New Brunswick, night hunting is a major offence under the Fish and W[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Break, Enter and Theft – Morrell Siding, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Grand Falls detachment, are seeking the public’s assistance in solving a break, enter and theft at a cottage under construction in Morrell Siding, N.B. On January 24, 2016, sometime between midnight and 8:00 a.m., a home that was under construction on the West River Road, in Morrell Siding, near Aroostook, was broken into by an unknown person or persons[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Binary Options Fraud

Crime Stoppers and the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) are warning the public about the proliferation of investment fraud involving binary options. Many New Brunswick investors are being approached to open online accounts to trade in binary options, which are essentially a wager as to whether the price of a financial asset will go up or down. Investors are being approached by tel[Read more]

Crime of the Week: The operation of motor vehicles in watercourses

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Public Safety are asking for your help in resolving an on-going problem of people trespassing and damaging our watercourses with their motorized vehicles. A watercourse is any body of water that includes the bed, banks, sides and shoreline of any river, creek, stream, spring, brook, lake, pond, reservoir or canal. It is an offence under the Trespass Act of New [Read more]

Crime of the Week: Illegal tobacco affects all New Brunswickers

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Public Safety are asking New Brunswickers to report suspicious activities involving the use, sale, transportation, and distribution of tobacco not purchased from a licensed retailer. The production and sale of illegal tobacco is not regulated which means, among many things, that the ingredients are not known. Unfortunately, children have easy access to these to[Read more]

Help solve 5 break and enters at Lansdowne Ave. Shoppers Drug Mart in Saint John

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are seeking the public’s assistance in solving five break and enters that occurred at the Shoppers Drug Mart location on Lansdowne Avenue in Saint John between June 13 and September 12, 2015. All five break and enters occurred between the hours of 2 and 5 a.m. In each instance, the windows at the southwest corner of the building were smashed and a l[Read more]

RCMP seek tips in connection with break, enter and theft at Oromocto Mall on January 10, 2016

West District RCMP are investigating a break, enter and theft that occurred at the Tim Hortons location inside the Oromocto Mall on January 10, 2016. At around 6:45 p.m, an unknown person or persons gained access to the business, causing property damage. An undisclosed amount of cash was stolen. The mall was closed at the time of the incident. The investigation is continuing. If anyone has informa[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Break and enter, and mischief – Pokemouche

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Caraquet detachment, are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the persons responsible for a break and enter into Atlantic Fine Yarns, located at 161 Atlantic Lane in Pokemouche, causing extensive damage. This break and enter, and case of mischief happened between April 8 and 15, 2015, and caused more than $30,000 in damages. The business [Read more]

Crime of the Week: Missing Person – Martha Kelly, Perth-Andover NB

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Perth-Andover Detachment are seeking the public's assistance in determining the location of Martha Kelly. In 2012, Martha Kelly was a 73-year-old resident of the Villa, an assisted living residence in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick. Martha left her residence at approximately 5 p.m. on June 8, 2012 and has never returned. Martha Kelly has no medical issues o[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Break, Enter and Theft – Rivière du Portage

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Tracadie Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Rivière-du-Portage, New Brunswick. Sometime between July 14 and 15, 2015, someone forced their way into a residence at 9 Burkes Lane by going through a basement window. The culprit or culprits made off with a substantial amount of cash, approximate[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Arson of house at Esgenoôpetitj First Nation

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Neguac Detachment, are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the person or persons who attempted to set a house on fire, on Micmac Road on the Esgenoôpetitj First Nation. Sometime between August 8 and 10, 2015, a gas bomb was thrown into a residence under construction at 558 Micmac Road. A rock was thrown to damage the window of a door at[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Protecting Fundy Atlantic Salmon

Fundy National Park and its partners are releasing hundreds of wild, endangered inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon back to their native rivers to spawn. As rivers cross jurisdictional boundaries and the value of salmon is high, a collaboration of six law enforcement agencies will be monitoring our rivers for their protection. Salmon are an iconic part of New Brunswick’s cultural and natural heri[Read more]

January is Crime Stoppers Month

Each January, Crime Stoppers programs around the world celebrate Crime Stoppers Month to highlight their successes and promote one of the largest crime solving and crime fighting programs in the world. "The program’s success in this province is due in large part to the many volunteers, organizations, sponsors, businesses, media and law enforcement agencies that contribute to its operation," says[Read more]

Crime of the Week : Criminal Negligence causing Bodily Harm

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Oromocto Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for the negligent use of a firearm causing Bodily harm to a man at the Geary Speedway. Late in the afternoon of July 25th 2015 at the Geary Speedway, a 39 year old man was hit by a rifle bullet while sleeping in his tent trailer. The victim sustained serious injuries to both his arms a[Read more]

Unsolved Crime: Hit and Run Causing Death, 70-year old Gilbert Savoie – Saint John, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who struck a pedestrian 9 years ago on Loch Lomond Road in Saint John, New Brunswick. On Saturday, December 9, 2006, at around 10:20 p.m., 70-year old Gilbert Savoie had been dropped off by a friend, adjacent to 3291 Loch Lomond Road. While crossing the road, he was struck by a vehicle which left the[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Ponzi Schemes

Crime Stoppers and the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) are seeking the public's help to identify potential Ponzi schemes operating in New Brunswick communities. This type of scam has been responsible for the majority of investor losses in cases investigated by the FCNB. The most common type of Ponzi scheme is where someone raises significant amounts of money by offering a high ra[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Arsons – Edmundston, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Edmundston Police Force are looking for information regarding two suspicious fires in Edmundston, New Brunswick. On September 6 and September 20, 2014, the Edmundston Fire Department and the Edmundston Police Force were called to the scenes of two separate structure fires. In the first incident, the Centre for Alcoholics Anonymous situated at 15 Costello Street was completel[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Robbery and Kidnapping – Petit-Rocher-Ouest

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Bathurst Detachment, are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a kidnapping and robbery that took place at the Dépanneur 315 in Petit-Rocher-Ouest, N.B. On April 13, 2015, at around 10 p.m., a man entered the Dépanneur 315 and demanded money from a female employee. After she gave him the cash from the register and a g[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Senior Financial Fraud

Crime Stoppers and the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) are addressing a very serious issue: Financial abuse and exploitation of older New Brunswickers. This type of abuse is especially harmful because seniors are more likely to rely on investment income to provide for their day-to-day expenses. Financial abuse and exploitation of seniors is also a largely underreported crime. 77 [Read more]

Crime of the Week: Illegal Coastal or Airport Activities

Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick RCMP's Coastal and Airport Watch Program are asking New Brunswickers to be vigilant of suspicious and irregular activities along the coasts and around remote airstrips. New Brunswick has approximately 550 kilometres of coastline and numerous remote airstrips. Criminal activity by individuals or organized crime groups such as smuggling of drugs, contraband tobac[Read more]

Fredericton Police investigate arson after apparent copper theft

On July 15, 2015 at approximately 3:55am, emergency personnel were dispatched to a structure fire located at 1540 Allison Blvd. in Fredericton NB. It was believed that this fire was intentionally set after, what appeared to be, a theft of copper had taken place. We need your tips to help us solve this case. If you have any information concerning this arson and copper theft, please contact Crime St[Read more]

$100,000 vintage guitar collection stolen from residence (Jan 2015)

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Fredericton, New Brunswick. On January 29th 2015, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., someone broke into a residence on Saunders Street in Fredericton, by gaining entry through a locked door. They left with several items; most notably six vintage collectible guitars valued[Read more]

Hit and run in Berry Mills involving cyclist remains unsolved (Sept 2014)

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, Riverview Detachment, are looking for the driver and vehicle involved in a hit and run causing serious injuries in Berry Mills, New Brunswick. At approximately 9:30 a.m. on September 27, 2014 a cyclist was travelling on the exit ramp connecting Homestead Road to Berry Mills Road when he was hit by a vehicle travelling towards him. Following the impac[Read more]

Unsolved Crime: Theft of paintings, other valuables – Dorchester (Oct 2013)

Crime Stoppers and the Sackville RCMP are looking for the people responsible for a break, enter and theft in Dorchester, New Brunswick. On October 6, 2013, someone broke into a residence on Main Street. The culprits stole twelve items including valuable paintings, historic maps and an antique carpet. The value of the stolen items is estimated to be around $30,000. It is believed that at least thre[Read more]

Unsolved Crime of the Week: Act of Arson – Grand Manan Island (Aug 2014)

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Grand Manan Detachment, are looking for information concerning a suspicious fire on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick. On Wednesday August 13th, 2014 shortly after midnight, RCMP members were called to the scene of a structure fire at 46, Route 776 on Grand Manan Island. When the police arrived, the residence was engulfed in flames. There was no one livin[Read more]

Unsolved Crime of the Week: Break, Enter & Theft at Port Elgin Village Pharmacy (Nov. 2014)

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, Sackville Detachment, are looking to identify two men responsible for a break, enter and theft in Port Elgin, New Brunswick. On November 27, 2014 at approximately 3:00 a.m., two men wearing white balaclavas entered the Port Elgin Village Pharmacy by breaking through the front entrance. Once inside, the suspects stole an undisclosed quantity of medica[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Break, enter, and theft at Oromocto First Nation Gas Bar (Dec 2012)

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Oromocto Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Oromocto First Nation, New Brunswick. During the early morning hours of December 31, 2012, someone broke into the Oromocto First Nation gas bar on Hiawatha Avenue in Oromocto First Nation. Entrance was gained by cutting a hole in the side of the building[Read more]

RCMP seeking to identify suspects in break and enter, theft of safe in Boiestown

Northeast RCMP is seeking assistance to identify suspects involved in a break and enter and theft of a safe from the McCloskey's General Store on Highway 8 in Boiestown, N.B. that occurred on May 3, 2015. Police responded to an alarm shortly before 10:30 p.m. where two people gained entry into the store and removed a safe containing an undisclosed amount of cash. Anyone with information about this[Read more]

Unsolved Crime of the Week: Hit and run in Berry Mills seriously injures cyclist (September 2014)

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, Riverview Detachment, are looking for the driver and vehicle involved in a hit and run causing serious injuries in Berry Mills, New Brunswick. At approximately 9:30 a.m. on September 27, 2014 a cyclist was travelling on the exit ramp connecting Homestead Road to Berry Mills Road when he was hit by a vehicle travelling towards him. Following the impac[Read more]

‘LOCK IT or LOSE IT’ campaign to target theft from vehicles

The Southeast RCMP, along with the Insurance Bureau of Canada and the NB Provincial Auto Theft Network (NB PATNET) have partnered on a new crime prevention initiative. The 'LOCK IT or LOSE IT' campaign is aimed at offering the public some simple techniques to deter thieves who steal from vehicles. A vehicle with an unlocked door is an easy target. You can help protect your vehicle by ensuring the [Read more]

Police looking for suspect after parked car intentionally set on fire in Fredericton

On March 31, 2015 at approximately 4 a.m. Fredericton Police and the Fire Department responded to a residence on Maliseet Drive where a vehicle that was parked in the driveway was intentionally set on fire. It would appear through the course of the investigation that a lone unknown person, left in a vehicle after committing this crime. If you have any information about the crime that would ass[Read more]

Crime of the Week: ATV Safety in New Brunswick

Crime Stoppers, law enforcement agencies, and the New Brunswick ATV Federation would like the public to be aware of a serious problem involving the operation of all-terrain-vehicles (ATVs) in New Brunswick. Many areas in New Brunswick are experiencing problems with ATV operators who do not ride safely, responsibly and who do not comply with the regulations. Law enforcement agencies would like to r[Read more]

Crime of the Week: Impaired operation of ATVs

Crime Stoppers, law enforcement agencies, and the New Brunswick ATV Federation would like to remind the public that it is illegal to operate all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) while impaired. Drinking and driving is against the law and the same rules apply when operating an ATV. "Speed and alcohol are a deadly combination," says Sgt. Tammy Ward of N.B. Crime Stoppers. "It is important for all operators t[Read more]

RCMP looking to identify victims related to sexual exploitation investigation, Moncton, N.B.

The New Brunswick RCMP’s Internet Child Exploitation Unit is seeking the public’s help to identify victims of a man who had been sexually exploiting boys online from at least January 2012 until the fall of 2014. Investigators have determined that this man was luring boys online by pretending to be a teenaged girl. The investigation indicates the possible victims are as young as 10 and up to 16[Read more]
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