Monthly Archives: May 2015

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…Continue Reading

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…Continue Reading

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…Continue Reading

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…Continue Reading

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…Continue Reading

Crime of the Week: ATV Safety in New Brunswick

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…Continue Reading

Crime of the Week: Impaired operation of ATVs

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…Continue Reading

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…Continue Reading

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