Crimes Stoppers reminds you to lock your car doors and keep thieves out!

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Lock your vehicles

Don't give criminals the opportunity. Crimes Stoppers reminds you to lock your car doors when out shopping or when parked in your driveway overnight. Park in well-lit areas, and keep packages out-of-sight.

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Crime Stoppers is a vital source of information on illegal hunting, fishing and wood theft

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Crime Stoppers is a vital source of information on illegal hunting, fishing and wood theft.

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Elder Abuse: It's Time To Face The Reality

Elder Abuse

It's Time to Face the Reality

Seniors from all walks of life are vulnerable to elder abuse and it's happening in communities across Canada.

» How to help stop it
Fuel theft is a crime that affects us all

Fuel theft is a crime that affects us all

Contact us and report the license plate of anyone stealing gas. Offenders will be prosecuted

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Help Stop Metal Theft

Help Stop Copper & Metal Theft

Copper and metal theft poses a significant threat to public safety and national security at many electrical utility & telecommunications facilities.

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Don't Buy for Minors

Don't Buy for Minors

Supplying alcohol to a person under 19 yrs old is illegal

You can be fined up to $5,120

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Stop Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

Don’t close your eyes to human trafficking.

Human Trafficking is modern day slavery.

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Crimes of the Week

Crime of the Week

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We want your information, not your name.

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Be Safe Online

Be Safe Online



Kids and teens can learn to protect their identities, keep their online experiences safe, and avoid becoming victims to online predators.

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Party Smart in New Brunswick

Party Smart!

Do you like to party?

The Party Smart movement is about thinking smarter and making better choices when you get together with friends. Why? 'Cause you're smart. The party starts with you. Be "party smart".

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Help solve 8 armed robberies in the Moncton area

Codiac Regional RCMP are asking for the public's assistance to solve a series of armed robberies that have occurred in recent weeks in the Moncton area. The most recent robbery occurred on December 13, 2014 at approximately 11 p.m. at the Petro-Canada located at 1849 West Main Street in Moncton, N.B. The male suspect entered the Petro Canada armed with an knife and demanded money from an employee. He fled the scene with...

Fentanyl overdose linked to November 2014...

Autopsy reports indicate that the two men, who police discovered deceased in an apartment on MacAleese Avenue in Moncton, NB on November 9, 2014, succumbed to an overdose of the drug fentanyl. Foul play has been ruled out.

During the course of the investigation, Codiac Regional RCMP seized a white, crystallized powder substance from the scene that is believed to have been purchased online. The analysis of the...

Help solve two acts of arson in Edmundston...

Crime Stoppers and the Edmundston Police Force is asking for the public's help to solve two acts of arson that happened in September 2014. The first fire, on September 6, 2014, destroyed the Alcoholics Anonymous Centre at 15 Costello Street. The second fire, two weeks later on September 20, 2014, occured at the St John-the-Baptist/St-Paul's United Church at 86 de l'Église Street.

Échec au crime et La Force...

Help us solve act of arson to municipal...

On Monday, July 28th, 2014 at approximately 04:30am, the West District RCMP was called to investigate the scene of a suspicious fire at 39 Howland Ridge Road in Millville. When the emergency crews arrived, the building which housed the municipal offices and the fire station was completely engulfed. The blaze destroyed the building as well as the equipment inside. The source of the fire proved to be suspicious and the...

Unsolved Crime: Hit and Run Causing Death,...

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who struck a pedestrian 8 years ago on Loch Lomond Road in Saint John.

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 scene heading in a Westward...

Crime of the Week: Practice ATV Safety

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 remind the public that the safe operation of these vehicles, and the laws that regulate them in the off-road vehicle act, must be followed. The NB ATV Federation also wishes to remind all operators to act responsibly when riding...

Body discovered confirmed to be Dorothy Tucker;...

A 34-year-old Oak Haven man has been charged with second degree murder in the death of a 53-year-old Oak Haven woman.

Matthew Linus Tucker appeared in St. Stephen Provincial Court on November 21, 2014 on the charge. He is accused of killing his mother, Dorothy Tucker. She  was reported missing on November 10 from her home in Oak Haven.

Bullying Awareness Week - November 16 - 22, 2014

This year, Bullying Awareness Week is from November 16 -22. In recognition of Bullying Awareness Week, students from St. Stephen Middle School will join other schools from across Canada to discuss the issue of bullying and cyberbullying during the next edition of “RCMPTalks.” “RCMPTalks” is a series of live, interactive videoconferences taking place in classrooms across Canada on November 19 between 1 p.m. and...

Large quantity of copper wire stolen from...

St. Stephen RCMP are investigating the theft of a large quantity of copper wire from a business located on Cleland Road in Oak Bay, N.B. The incident occurred sometime between November 2 and November 5, 2014.

The thief or thieves caused significant damage breaking into the business before stealing the copper wire.

Cash and cell phones stolen from stores in...

Campbellton RCMP are seeking the public's assistance to help solve a break, enter and theft that occurred at the Sugarloaf Mall in Atholville, N.B. between 10 p.m. October 25 and noon on October 26, 2014.

A suspect(s) gained access to the mall and proceeded to steal multiple cell phones from the Telus phone kiosk as well as a quantity of Canadian currency and a safe from the Eclipse store.

Your tips could help solve 2 cases of arson at...

Oromocto RCMP and Capital Region Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help in solving two cases of arson that happened at the same location in Noonan, N.B. In both cases, the structures were unoccupied and no one was hurt. Capital Region Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for this, or any other crime.

$10,000 reward available for information on...

The Fredericton Police Force is asking the public for assistance for information about an incident that occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, September 13, 2014.

Shortly after 4:30 a.m, on September 13, 46-year old Peter Bryden of Fredericton, was located in the Douglas Avenue/Main...

B&E and Theft at seasonal residence at...

Sometime between the 15th of January and the 9th of May 2014, someone broke into a seasonal residence situated at 8 Welshpool Road in Campobello Island. The thief or thieves stole a Sony flat screen TV and a small living room table. It is believed that the entry was gained by forcing open a window latch. Police are asking for information which may help solve this case of break, enter and theft.

$30,000 worth of items stolen from residence in...

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, are looking for the persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Dorchester, New Brunswick. On the 6th of October 2013, someone broke into a residence situated on Main Street. The culprits stole 12 items including valuable paintings, historic maps and an antique carpet. The value of the stolen items is estimated at close to $30,000. It is believed that at least three...

RCMP hope ring will help identify human remains...

On August 23, 2014, shortly after 12:30 p.m., the Oromocto RCMP were called to a small island in Sheffield to investigate the case of found human remains. The remains were discovered by people walking on the island located near McGowans Corner. Investigators used the RCMP boat...

RCMP in Sackville continue to seek suspect in...

On March 6th, 2014 at approximately 8:00 p.m. a man entered the Great Canadian Dollar Store located on Main Street in Sackville, New Brunswick. The individual was armed with a chisel and he left with an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect was approximately 5'6', with an average build and he was wearing a black and navy winter jacket with a hood. The lower part of his face was covered by a dark scarf or mask. He left...

Over $10,000 worth of merchandise stolen in...

Sometime between the afternoon of Sunday, April 13th, and the afternoon of Monday April 14th, 2014, someone broke into 'La Cordonnerie Caraquet 2001' situated at 112 Saint-Pierre Boulevard. The culprit or culprits made off with some cash and a substantial quantity of store items, including safety boots, western boots and belts. There was neither property damage nor signs of forced entry noted at the scene. The value of...

Belledune home invasion in June 2012 remains...

At approximately 9:00 pm on June 10, 2012 two masked men broke into the home of an elderly couple on Curry drive. The victims, both in their eighties, were tied up by the two suspects who were demanding money. The elderly couple suffered minor injuries during this invasion but did not require hospitalization. The suspects were inside the residence for approximately 10 minutes and they left with no money.

Police continue to seek tips on armed robbery...

On March 15th, 2014 at approximately 8:40 p.m., a man entered the Back Lot video store located on York Street. The individual was armed with a knife and he demanded money. A quantity of cash was taken and he fled on foot. The suspect was approximately 5'7', with an small build. He was wearing green camouflage pants, a black hoodie with the hood up and small dark grey reflected glasses. His face was covered with a black...

BC Coroners Service seeks public assistance to...

The BC Coroners Service, assisted by the Campbell River RCMP Detachment and BC Police Missing Persons Centre, is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man whose remains were found in the Oyster River near Campbell River.

Preliminary anthropological examination has determined the remains to be those of a male, between 21 and 35 years of age, most...

Armed robbery at Irving in Lincoln remains...

On January 17, 2014 at approximately 7:32pm, an unknown male entered the Boat Club Irving located at 396 Lincoln Rd and committed an armed robbery. The unknown male...

MISSING: 29-year-old Catherine "Catie" Miller...

Twenty-nine-year-old Catherine “Catie” Miller (McCurdy) was last in contact with her family on July 15, 2014. She’s described as a white female, 5’8”, 130 lbs., brown shoulder length hair often in a ponytail, grey eyes, ears pierced and no...

Help solve break, enter & theft at Milltown...

Sometime between the evening of January 29th and the morning of January 30th, 2014, someone broke into the Milltown Baptist Church situated at 327 Milltown Boulevard. The culprit or culprits forced their way into the church, entering from a basement window. Once inside, the thieves ransacked the office area before leaving with a quantity of goods stolen from the kitchen. From the evidence found at the scene, it is...

ALERT: Provincial truck stolen from...

The Richibucto RCMP is asking for the public’s help to locate a stolen truck. The truck, owned by the provincial government, was stolen from a residence in Saint-Antoine between 11:30 p.m. on June 16 and 6:30 a.m. on June 17, 2014.

The vehicle is described as a dark grey/charcoal, 2011 two-door Ford F150 truck. The licence plate number is CPZ 439. There is a New Brunswick logo on each door.

Police have...

Help police solve arson at Spot Depot Food Bank...

On Sunday, October 13th, 2013, at approximately 7:30pm, the Petitcodiac Fire Department and Riverview RCMP were called to the scene of a structure fire, at the Spot Depot Food Bank, situated at 5 Mill road. The newly renovated food bank was completely destroyed by the flames. The loss is estimated at over $150,000. The investigation revealed that the fire was suspicious in nature and the police are asking the public for...

$50,000 reward for capture of serial bank...

In an attempt to catch a bank robber who has evaded police for the last four years, the Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) has increased its reward for a second time since September 2011.

Dubbed the Vaulter Bandit because of his athletic ability to scale bank counters, his last robbery was committed at a TD bank in the Don Mills Rd. & Lawrence Ave. E....

Substantial amount of tires and rims stolen...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are seeking information regarding several incidents of theft in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Between January 24th and February 8th, 2014, a substantial amount of tires and rims were stolen from vehicles at three local businesses: Proactive Collision, Provincial Bandag Tire and Coast Tire. Evidence leads police to believe that the thefts could be linked.

Our thoughts & prayers are with you - Nos...

Following one of the worst tragedies for law enforcement in New Brunswick, our thoughts and prayers remain with the families and loved ones of these fallen officers who died in the line of duty, and the recovering officers.

Click 'More' to view Profiles of Fallen Members / Portraits de nos membres décédés

Unsolved: Hit and run involving Riverview...

At around 30 minutes past midnight on November 11, 2013, a Public Works employee with the Town of Riverview was struck by a vehicle as he was working on Buckingham Avenue at the intersection of Killarney Road. The worker sustained very serious injuries. The investigation established that the vehicle involved was a gold-coloured 2001 to 2003 Mazda Protegé ES. The driver's side rearview mirror was broken off during the...

Help solve break, enter & theft into Shippagan...

Sometime between the evening of September 21st and the morning of September 22nd, 2013 someone broke into the Canadian Tire Service Station situated at 173 J.D. Gauthier boulevard. There was neither property damage nor signs of forced entry noted at the scene. The culprit or culprits made off with a computer and a substantial amount of cash. Police believe there is someone who has information that could help solve this...

Police need your help solving armed robbery at...

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, Shediac Detachement, are looking to identify the person responsible for an armed robbery in Cap Pelé, New Brunswick.

On Saturday, March 15th, 2014 at approximately 10:30pm, a man armed with a firearm entered the Circle K convenience store situated at 2600 Acadie Road. The suspect fled the scene on foot with a quantity of cash and cigarettes.

Crime Stoppers offering reward after $4000.00...

Oromocto RCMP is investigating a break, enter and theft from an enclosed utility trailer at Oak Hill Homes on Chaparral Road in Waasis, N.B. Sometime between Friday, February 7 and Tuesday, February 11, 2014, a locked utility trailer was broken into and approximately $4000.00 worth of tools were stolen. RCMP believe that more than one suspect was involved, given the size and weight of the equipment stolen.

Public asked to watch for illegal coastal or...

New Brunswick has approximately 550 kilometres of coastline and numerous remote airstrips. Criminal activities, such as drug, contraband tobacco, and/or human smuggling may take place in remote areas where individual criminals or organized crime groups expect to attract little or no public attention

 

Police seek info on suspicious structure fire...

Crime Stoppers and the West District RCMP, Grand Manan detachment, are looking for information regarding a suspicious fire on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick.

On Friday, June 28, 2013 at 04:20 a.m., the RCMP was called to the scene of a structure fire at 496 Route 776 on Grand Manan Island. When the police arrived, the structure was fully engulfed in flames.

RCMP and Crime Stoppers seek information in...

Oromocto RCMP and Capital Region Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help in solving a case of arson in Maugerville, N.B. Sometime between 2:30 and 3:00 am on January 14, 2014, Oromocto RCMP received a report of a structure fire at a property located at civic #403 on the 105 Highway in Maugerville. An unknown ATV, with two occupants, was seen leaving the area around the time of the incident. The ATV was...

Police investigate suspicious fires at two...

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Dalhousie Detachment, are looking for information concerning two suspicious fires at local businesses in Dalhousie, New Brunswick. The investigations revealed that both fires were suspicious in nature and possibly related. Police are asking the public for information that may help solve these suspicious fires.


Reward offered in hit and run involving Town of...

At around 30 minutes past midnight on November 11, 2013, a Public Works Employee with the Town of Riverview was struck by a vehicle as he was working on Buckingham Avenue at the intersection of Killarney Road. The worker sustained very serious injuries. He spent six weeks in hospital and could require up to a year of physical therapy before he is able to return to work.

The investigators have established that the...

January is International 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 internationally. Since its inception in 1985, N.B. Crime Stoppers Inc. has helped solve nearly 7,950 cases. In addition, tips to Crime Stoppers have resulted in more than 8,500 people being arrested, $8 million in property recovered,...

Six firearms stolen during residential break &...

Sometime between December 24, 2013, and January 1, 2014, one or more individuals broke into a home on Miramichi Road in Oromocto, New Brunswick. Jewelry, electronics and six firearms were stolen, including two rifles, two shotguns and two handguns.

Costly acts of mischief in Bouctouche...

Sometime during the evening of September 6 and the morning of September 7, 2013, three public buildings in the Bouctouche area were vandalized. Vandals spray painted graffiti on walls at the Marguerite Michaud School, the Clement-Cormier School and the Old Bouctouche Arena. Four possible suspects were observed on a security camera system. Police and Crime Stoppers are looking for the public's help with information to...

Crime of the Week: Arson in the Louison Brook...

Shortly before 8:00 a.m. on July 15, 2013 a forest fire was detected in the Louison Brook area, approximately 10 kilometers south of Lorne, N.B. An area of 0.5 hectares of forest land was destroyed. The quick response from Department of Natural Resources officers likely prevented many hectares of Crown Land, as well as privately owned land, from being lost to this fire. Investigation proved that the fire was purposely...

Crime of the Week: Suspicious House Fire in...

On Tuesday June 11, 2013 at approximately 1:50 a.m., the Campbellton RCMP and Campbellton Fire Department responded to a house fire at 9 Poley Street. Upon arrival at the scene, the house was engulfed in flames. The house was empty at the time and had been for sale for more than two years. The building was completely destroyed and the loss is estimated at over $80,000. The investigation revealed that the fire was...

Hit and run causing injuries to cyclist at...

On Tuesday, August 6, 2013, at 3:40 p.m., a cyclist was biking southbound in Castalia when struck by a vehicle in front of civic address 470 on route 776 on Grand Manan Island. The driver failed to stop and remain at the scene to provide assistance to the victim. The male victim was brought to the Grand Manan hospital for minor injuries and subsequently sent to a mainland hospital for further tests.

Crime of the Week: Series of break, enter and...

Crime Stoppers and the Northeast District RCMP, Tracadie-Sheila detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for several break, enter and thefts in Tracadie-Sheila, N.B.

Between July 24 and September 9, 2013, the RCMP received several reports of break, enter and theft into businesses and residences in the Tracadie-Sheila area. Due to similarities between the incidents, police believe they may be...

Crime of the Week: Armed Home Invasion in...

Crime Stoppers and the Southeast District RCMP, Shediac Detachment, are looking for a suspect responsible for a home invasion in Scoudouc, New Brunswick.

On June 3, 2013, at approximately 10:30 p.m., a man, carrying a weapon and wearing a mask, entered a home on Malakoff Road in Scoudouc. The individual demanded money from the 65-year-old man living at the house. The elderly man was injured during an altercation...

Fredericton Police looking for suspect in Armed...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force Major Crime Team is requesting the public's assistance to identify a suspect in a robbery which took place at the Irving Gas Station / Circle K situated at 181 King Street in Fredericton on November 19, 2013.

Police are looking to identify the individual in the surveillance video captures. The suspect is described as being a short person, between approximately 5’2...

Crime of the Week marks 29th Season (2013/2014)

N.B. Crime Stoppers is beginning its 29th season of helping law enforcement agencies throughout New Brunswick solve and prevent crime. The tips provided through Crime Stoppers have aided law enforcement agencies  to solve crimes, helped victims of crime, and made our communities safer places to live and work, making New Brunswick one of the safest provinces in Canada.

Help us catch this suspect

New Brunswick RCMP's Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit and Crime Stoppers is asking people to share pictures via their social media networks of a man sought in an ongoing investigation into a sexual assault against a child and the production of child sexual abuse images.

Travel Trailer Theft in Waasis

Sometime overnight on Thursday July 4, 2013, a travel trailer was stolen from RV World in Waasis. The trailer is a 2011 Coachmen 17-foot Apex Travel Trailer, model 17B. The trailer is white in colour, with the vehicle identification number 5ZT2CXFC2BA000779.

 

Vandals hit popular Fredericton fountain

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are seeking your assistance in identifying suspect(s) responsible for vandalism that occurred on City of Fredericton property located at 703 Queen Street.

The marble and granite ‘Three Muses’ fountain on the Green, near the Beaverbrook...

Fredericton Police seek information on...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are seeking your assistance in identifying suspect(s) responsible for several break, enter and thefts. The Fredericton Police Force’s Neighbourhood Action Team is investigating several break and enters that have occurred on Fredericton’s Southside with...

Be watchful of Illegal coastal or airport...

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 tobacco, or human trafficking can take place with little or no public attention. Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick RCMP’s Coastal and Airport Watch Program are asking New Brunswickers to be vigilant of suspicious and irregular...

Vandalism leads to $20,000 in damages to NB...

Crime Stoppers, the New Brunswick RCMP and NB Power are seeking information related to vandalism that occurred on NB Power property in the Durham Bridge area at the end of June 2013.

Electrical equipment was significantly damaged, which caused a lengthy power interruption for several customers. The actions of those responsible jeopardized the safety of themselves and the public, as well as that of NB Power...

Police seek man responsible for armed robbery...

Crime Stoppers and the Woodstock RCMP are looking for a man responsible for an armed robbery in Lower Woodstock, New Brunswick.

On February 24, 2013, at approximately 10:00 p.m.,  police responded to a complaint of an armed robbery at Maliseet Fuels on Route 165 in Lower Woodstock. The suspect entered the gas station armed with a hand gun and demanded money from the cashier.

RCMP investigate damage to highway signs on...

RCMP are investigating damage to highways signs in the communities of Welshpool and Wilsons Beach, both on Campbello Island. Over the past six weeks several N.B. Department of Transportation highway speed signs along Highway 774 have been damaged or stolen.

Crime of the Week: Disposal of debris on Crown...

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Natural Resources are asking the public for their help in resolving an on-going problem 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 for a first offence, and may be ordered to restore the land to its...

Unsolved: 22 recreational trailers broken into...

During the night of October 9, 2012, thieves broke into several recreational trailers, the property of Roulotte Acadie, located at 1293 Main Street in Beresford. Entry was gained into the trailers by breaking the locks on the doors with a pry bar. Twenty-two (22) trailers were broken into and six - 32 inch televisions were stolen as well as two 26 inch TVs. The value of the items taken and damage to property is estimated...

Unsolved: Armed robbery at Blue Mountain...

On October 4, 2010, at approximately 4:10 p.m., two men armed with knives entered the Blue Mountain Pharmacy located on Main Street and demanded drugs from the pharmacist. Both men had their faces covered and they spoke English. They are described as being of medium height and they were wearing dark hoodies and dark pants. They fled the store with an undisclosed amount of prescription drugs. They were last seen running...

Unsolved: Violent home invasion in Steeves...

On July 27, 2012, shortly before 4:30 a.m., three armed men broke into a home on the Homestead Road in Steeves Mountain. The home owners were tied up by the culprits and threatened for money. At some point during the home invasion, the 75-year-old male victim was shot in the leg. The culprits left with some items and an undisclosed amount of money.

Theft of copper wire in July from Produit...

Sometime between July 6 and July 8, 2012, one or more individuals broke into Produit Belle-Baie Ltd., located on Rue du Quai in Caraquet. The suspect or suspects stole four, 100 foot rolls of 1 ¼ inch copper wire. The value of the stolen items is estimated to be more than $5,000.00. Police are asking the public for information which may help solve this theft of copper.

Crime of the Week: Protecting pets and wildlife

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources would like to remind pet owners to keep their dogs on leash and under control at all times when walking on trails and in the woodland of New Brunswick.

It is against the law to allow dogs to run at large in any area where wildlife can be found. Even the most obedient dog could have the urge to chase an animal, which could result in either...

UPDATED: Mother charged in connection with 2009...

UPDATE: 18-MAY-2013 - A 30-year-old Riverview woman has been charged in connection with the discovery of the body of a newborn baby boy found on Taylor Road near Monteagle, N.B. in 2009.

Crime Stoppers and the District 11 RCMP, Salisbury Detachment, are still trying to identify the body of an infant...

UPDATED: 18 MAY 2013 - ARREST MADE

Disappearance of 73-year-old Martha Kelly in...

On June 8, 2012, at approximately 5:00 p.m., 73-year-old Martha Kelly left for a walk, but she never returned to her East Riverside Drive apartment in Perth-Andover. She is said to have no medical issues, other...

Student Program: Do the Right Thing!

New Brunswick Crime Stoppers and the Government of New Brunswick have joined forces to make schools and communities safer with a new Crime Stoppers program for students.

The program offers high school and college students a confidential and anonymous medium to report crimes without fear of reprisal or retaliation. It encourages students who may have information on a criminal activity that...

Crime of the Week: Indoor Grow Operations

With winter upon us, criminals move their illegal operations indoors. These types of operations can pose significant risks to areas in which they are located, such as increased criminal activity and risks of fire and toxic chemical exposure. The police continue to focus on disrupting and dismantling these activities. Help us protect our children, our youth and the well being of our communities.

Unsolved arson to cottage near Minto results in...

Crime Stoppers and the District 2 RCMP, Minto Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a cottage near Minto, New Brunswick. Between May 5 and May 12, 2012, someone purposely set fire to a cottage located on the Tracy Road just outside the village of Minto. The building and its contents were completely destroyed. Damages are estimated at more than $10,000.00.

Theft from UNB at Fredericton in July 2012...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person or persons who committed several break, enter and thefts in July at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.

Between July 13 and July 25, 2012, three separate buildings at UNB were broken into. A thief or thieves entered the library, a classroom and the media lab. Damages and value of the stolen goods are estimated at more than...

RCMP investigate aggravated assault on young...

On May 23, 2012, at around 10:30 p.m. the RCMP responded to a call of an assault at a residence on Highway 105 in Maugerville.  A 21-year-old man was seriously injured when he answered a knock at the door; he was struck on the head with a brick and was assaulted. The victim was unconscious for a period of time and when he came to, the suspect or suspects had left. The victim was treated in hospital and has...

Theft of 48 industrial siding panels and...

In the early morning hours of October 31, 2012, 48 industrial siding panels and a flatbed trailer were stolen from outside a fish hatchery in Charlo, N.B. The panels are metal and measure approximately four feet by 15 feet each. The trailer had N.B. licence plate number TIX 397. It’s believed an ATV may have been used to steal the trailer and the panels.

Unsolved hit & run in Caraquet left woman...

Crime Stoppers and the Caraquet RCMP are looking for the driver of a snowmobile who struck a woman in Caraquet, New Brunswick on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 3:30 a.m.  The victim suffered serious injuries and needed to be hospitalized for several days. Witnesses say they saw an older-model yellow snowmobile (from around 2004) which did not stop at the scene. Police believe there is someone who has information that...

RCMP seek public's help in unsolved acts of...

On Friday July 20, 2012, at approximately 2:00 a.m., the Oromocto Fire Department and Oromocto RCMP responded to two separate fires at 9 and 15 Mockler Street. At one scene, someone set fire to the contents of a trailer parked beside a shed. Due to the intensity of the fire, flames spread to the shed melting the vinyl siding. At the second scene, fire was set to the back deck of the residence. Although the...

Unsolved arson at construction site in Clair,...

On November 12, 2011, at approximately 3:00 a.m., the Clair Fire Department and the District 10 Madawaska-Victoria RCMP responded to a fire at a construction site situated at 465 Main Street in Clair. A dump truck was completely destroyed and several utility trailers vandalized. The damages are estimated at more than $400,000.00. The police are asking the public for their help in solving this costly case of arson....

Police need your help in solving a 2008...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for information surrounding the murder investigation of a woman in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

On August 19, 2008, 43-year-old Patricia Ann Kucerovsky, commonly known as Patti Woodside, and mother of twin boys, died from mercury poisoning at the Chalmers Regional Hospital. Her death was originally deemed suspicious in nature, but was upgraded to homicide...

Marking 27 years of crime fighting in New...

The Crime Stoppers in New Brunswick program started in 1985 and has helped solve more than 7,700 police investigations with the help of the anonymous tips that Crime Stoppers received over the phone and through the internet.  Crime Stoppers offers cash awards of up to $2,000 when information leads to an arrest. In 27 years, almost $800,000 has been approved to be paid by the Crime Stoppers program.

Crime of the Week: Unsolved break-in and theft...

Crime Stoppers and District 2 RCMP, Oromocto Detachment are looking for the person or persons responsible for a Break, Enter and Theft in Jemseg, New Brunswick.

On Saturday, October 9th 2011, at around 03:00 am, a dark pickup is entering the yard at Turner's One Stop, located at 59 Route 695 in Jemseg. Later, a male suspect is seen breaking the front door window, and crawls inside.

Bones identified as Robert Arseneau of...

[UPDATE 10-OCTOBER-2012] The RCMP has identified bones that were discovered in December 2011 and May 2012 as belonging to a man who went missing in the spring of 2006.

On December 2011, human remains were discovered on a private property in a wooded area in Janeville. Due to snowfall, the area was examined again in May 2012 where more bones were discovered....

Crime of the Week: Curbing illegal Hunting and...

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources are asking for the public's help in curbing illegal hunting practices in the province of New Brunswick.

As in most provinces in Canada, hunting and trapping out of season is illegal in New Brunswick. In addition, the hunting of deer, moose and other game animals at night is an offence under the Fish and Wildlife Act.

Fredericton Police seek suspect in several...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person responsible for several break, enter and thefts in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

On Saturday,  January 7, 2012, between 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., break-ins occurred at apartments located at 237 and 245 York Street, and 380 Charlotte Street in Fredericton. There were no signs of forced entry and the tenants were in bed at the time.

Suspect sought after break-in and theft at...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force need your help in finding the person responsible for a break, enter and theft in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

On Friday March 16, 2012,  at approximately 12:40 a.m., an individual broke into the Fredericton Gun Shop at 81 Sunset Drive, by breaking the glass in the front door. The suspect is believed to be male, approximately 5'5" tall, slim build, wearing dark...

Three Toyota Tacoma trucks stolen from Bathurst...

Between October 22, 2010, and March 12, 2012, three Toyota Tacoma pickup trucks were stolen from the KC Irving Regional Centre in Bathurst, during separate Québec Major Junior League hockey games. None of the vehicles have been recovered to date, and the police are seeking information that may help solve these crimes.

Crime of the Week: Outdoor marihuana grow...

Crime Stoppers and the RCMP coordinated marihuana enforcement team are asking the public to be vigilant and report suspicious activity relating to outdoor marihuana grow operations.

Marihuana growers plant marihuana on their own property, but they often use crown land to avoid prosecution. Marihuana plants are usually grown in clumps in large areas, and are sometimes surrounded by chicken wire to prevent...

Unsolved theft at construction company in...

Crime Stoppers and District 7 RCMP, Florenceville Detachment, are looking for those involved in a break, enter and theft in Oakland, New Brunswick.

Sometime between Friday, March 23, and Monday, March 26, 2012, thieves broke into Acott Construction located off of Hunter Road. They made off with a Kawasaki generator, model 4500, a 10 hp Baldor electric motor, black and beige in color, and more than 3,000 feet...

73-year-old Perth-Andover woman, Martha Kelly,...

The RCMP in Perth-Andover are looking for the public’s help in locating a woman who has been missing since June 2012.

73-year-old Martha Kelly left for a walk on June 8, 2012,...

Arsons of warming shacks in Victoria Lake and...

Between December 20 and December 28, 2011, someone set fire to a warming shack on Victoria Lake, belonging to the Charlotte County Snow Cruisers. Then on March 11, 2012, someone set fire to a second warming shack off the Queen's Ridge Road in Clarendon, belonging to the Caribou Snow Drifters.

In both cases, the structures were completely destroyed, and the loss is estimated to be more than $20,000.00. Police...

Saint John Police looking to solve act of...

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are looking for a man who committed an indecent act in Saint John, N.B. On Friday August 26, 2011, at approximately 4:30 p.m., a man exposed his genitals to a young woman, in a residence building at the University of New Brunswick, Saint John campus. The woman was entering the residence when the suspect asked what time it was. As he walked towards her, he was performing a...

Unsolved break, enter & theft at Fredericton...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Fredericton, N.B. Sometime between August 6 and August 13, 2011, someone broke into a residence on Alexandra Street by gaining entry through a sliding glass door. They left with various pieces of jewelry, diamonds, watches, pearls and flatware. Also taken was a silver brush, comb and mirror,...

Unsolved Crime: $20,000 worth of items stolen...

Crime Stoppers and the B.N.P.P. Regional Police Force are seeking information regarding a break, enter and theft in Pointe-Verte, New Brunswick on November 14, 2011. The value of the stolen items is estimated to be over $20,000.00. Police are asking the public for information which may help solve this costly crime.

Unsolved Crime: 11 batteries stolen and damage...

Crime Stoppers and District 3 RCMP Hampton Detachment are looking for the persons responsible for several break, enter and thefts in Orange Hill, New Brunswick, a community approximately 50kms east of Saint John.

Between January 24 and January 29, 2012, thieves broke into a cottage and shed at 323 Vaughan Creek Road in Orange Hill, N.B. by breaking down the doors. Police are asking for the public's help.

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Crime of the Week: Shots fired at parked...

Crime Stoppers and District 4 RCMP are asking for the public's help in solving a drive-by shooting that took place  on Friday December 2, 2011. At approximately 1:00 a.m., someone fired a gun into a pick-up truck parked beside a residence at 35 Fort Street in Port Elgin. Residents heard 3 gun shots, looked through the window, and saw tail lights of a vehicle heading towards Main Street. The police investigation...

Unsolved armed robbery in Fredericton

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force need your help identifying the person who committed an armed robbery in Fredericton, New Brunswick back on January 23, 2012. At approximately 10:00 p.m., a masked individual entered the Sunset Grocery at 872 Regent Street. He walked directly to the front counter holding a brown handled hunting knife in his right hand. He raised the knife to the cashier's chest, then...

Hunt continues for suspects in armed robberies

Crime Stoppers and RCMP are asking for the public's help in solving two armed robberies with violence that occured in the Millville and Zealand areas back in January 2012. On Wednesday January 18, 2012, RCMP responded to separate calls of armed robbery on Route 104. Shots were fired in both instances. The robbers were masked and wore snowmobile suits.

RCMP looking to solve 2008 shooting in...

On January 11, 2008, shortly after midnight, a 27-year-old Kedgwick man was shot by an individual while answering the front door of his residence located on Dr. R. Boulay Street in Kedgwick, N.B. The victim suffered serious gunshot wounds but was able to call for help. The victim recovered from his injuries, however a suspect was never identified.

Crime of the Week: Series of arsons, Grand...

Between 2008 and August 2011, the Grand Manan RCMP and local fire fighters have responded to several suspicious fires. The suspect or suspects have been targeting abandoned buildings and storage sheds. These criminal acts have resulted in thousands of dollars in damage. The culprits are not only putting themselves at risk, but are also endangering the lives of emergency personnel and the general public.

Crime of the Week: Family Violence

This week, Crime Stoppers is addressing a very serious issue, that of violence in family relationships.

Violence happens every day in family settings, and victims often suffer in silence and secrecy. Hitting or punching, threats, forced sex, constant put downs, controlling, taking money, and destruction of property are all forms of violence.

Many people, including some victims of family violence,...

Crime of the Week: Attempted abduction,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 RCMP are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who attempted to abduct a young woman in Dalhousie, New Brunswick.

On Wednesday, June 15, 2011, at around 2:15 p.m., a 20-year-old woman was sitting on the beach located off the Miller Road in Dalhousie. As she returned to her car, a man grabbed her and tried to force her into another nearby car. The woman was able to...

Crime of the Week: Hit & Run causing death,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 4 RCMP in Shediac are looking for the driver responsible for a hit and run causing death in Scoudouc, New Brunswick.

On Sunday June 26, 2005, at approximately 03:40 a.m., Gabriel Richard Léger was walking along Route 132, approximately 6 kilometres South of Seaside Chev Olds, when he was struck by a vehicle and killed. Video from a nearby surveillance camera captured images of...

Crime of the Week: Don't Buy for Minors

N.B. Crime Stoppers and Alcool NB Liquor are working together to raise awareness regarding the persistent problem of adults providing alcoholic beverages to people under 19 years of age.

Under the Liquor Control Act, it is a serious offence to provide alcoholic beverages to anyone under 19. The fine for a first offence is $292.50. Repeat offenders can be fined up to $5,120. While some adults may be persuaded...

Crime of the Week: Protecting seniors from crime

New Brunswick Crime Stoppers is offering some tips to seniors about how they can help protect themselves against crime.

Crime, and the fear of crime, create unique problems for seniors. They are at risk of deception or fraud, robbery, intimidation, vandalism, and abuse. Seniors should never feel guilty about saying no to potential con artists and get-rich-quick schemes.

Unsolved Crime: Helicopter arson, Menneval, NB;...

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 RCMP, Saint-Quentin Detachment, need your help to find those responsible for setting fire to a helicopter in Menneval, New Brunswick.

In the early morning hours of August 24, 2010, District 9 RCMP and the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Fire Department responded to a fire near Route 17 in Menneval, N.B. A helicopter, being used by Forest Protection Ltd. of Fredericton, was totally destroyed...

POST UPDATED: March 1, 2012

Crime of the Week: Helicopter arson, Menneval,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 RCMP, Saint-Quentin Detachment, need your help to find those responsible for setting fire to a helicopter in Menneval, New Brunswick.

In the early morning hours of August 24, 2010, District 9 RCMP and the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Fire Department responded to a fire near Route 17 in Menneval, N.B. A helicopter, being used by Forest Protection Ltd. of Fredericton, was totally destroyed...

POST UPDATED: March 1, 2012

Crime of the Week: Synthetic Drugs

Crime Stoppers and the RCMP Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness Service are asking the public to report any activity relating to the production and distribution of synthetic drugs in New Brunswick.

Synthetic drugs, such as ecstasy and methamphetamine, and their potentially lethal effects seem to be underestimated by many New Brunswickers. These drugs are produced and distributed by organized crime groups who...

RCMP release sketches of break and enter...

District 1 RCMP are releasing sketches of two men believed to have broken into a camp on Route 785 near McDougall Lake, N.B. on December 15, 2011.

One suspect is described as a Caucasian man in his early 20's, blonde or sandy hair, thin build, pierced ear and wore camouflage pants and jacket. The second was a male of unknown ethnicity in his late teens to early 20's wearing camouflage clothing.

Unsolved Crime: Hit and Run Causing Death,...

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who struck Roger Cameron on Rothesay Avenue in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Nearly 10 years ago, on Sunday, September 8, 2002 at approximately 3:00 a.m., Roger Cameron was heading home in his wheel chair. He was travelling Eastbound on Rothesay Avenue, when he was struck from behind.

Crime of the Week: Theft of commemorative...

Between June 26 and July 13, 2011, thieves stole two monumental plaques and a sundial from three separate historical monuments in Kent County. The copper items were stolen from monuments at the Irving Riverside Park in Bouctouche and the MacNarin and Kenney parks in Rexton. The value of the stolen items is more than $1,000.

Sussex RCMP seek armed-robbery suspect

On December 22, 2011 at 4:18pm, a male entered the Petro-Canada Convenience Store located at 210 Main Street in Sussex, armed with Pepper Spray. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken. The suspect was approximately 5’10”, with a slim build, short brown hair, and mustache with a scruffy beard, wearing blue jeans and a blue or grey hoody. The suspect left in a 2002 burgundy Chevrolet Impala with a New Brunswick...

Sussex RCMP investigate theft of ATV from...

During the early morning hours of December 21, 2011, unknown persons stole a Honda Sportrax EX400 racing ATV from a residence on Lorie Lane in Sussex, NB. The 4-wheel ATV had many aftermarket parts and personalized stickers (some of which may now have been partially removed). The culprits are not believed to be from the Sussex area.

 

Crime of the Week: Theft of truck and mischief,...

Between Saturday, April 30, and the early hours of Sunday,  May 1, 2011, someone stole a truck from Northern Construction located at 34 Portage Road in Grand Falls, N.B. The truck, a 2005 GMC 4-door crew-cab  flat bed, model 5500, and brown in colour was found burned near Savage Farms on the old TransCanada Highway. The investigation also revealed that the truck had been used in a break, enter and theft earlier that...

Police looking for driver of hit and run...

Crime Stoppers and the District 4 RCMP Shediac Detachment are looking for the driver responsible for a Hit and Run causing death in Scoudouc, New Brunswick.

On Sunday, June 26, 2005 at approximately 3:40 a.m., Gabriel Richard Leger was walking along Route 132, approximately 6 kilometers south of Seaside Chevrolet, when he was struck by a vehicle and killed.


Crime of the Week: Arson, Mundleville, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Richibucto detachment of the District 5 RCMP are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a commercial building in Mundleville, New Brunswick.

On Monday, November 1, 2010, at approximately 12:30 a.m., the Rexton and Richibucto fire departments and the Richibucto RCMP responded to a structure fire at 179 Chapel Point Road. The building and its contents were not...

RCMP Major Crimes investigate thefts of...

The New Brunswick RCMP's Major Crime Unit is continuing to investigate a series of break and enters in the Kent County area where undergarments and sex toys have been stolen. As of December 7, 2011, there have been 20 reported thefts of undergarments and sex toys in the Saint-Paul, Sainte-Marie, Bouctouche and Adamsville areas Investigators are asking people who live in the areas where the thefts have occurred, to...

Police seek info on the whereabouts of Randy...

The RCMP Major Crime Unit in Bathurst, N.B., is asking for the public’s assistance in connection with the disappearance of Randy Boudreau. On Monday, April 12, 2004, Randy Boudreau, an Aboriginal man from Campbellton, was reported missing by his family.

Mr. Boudreau is described as being approximately 5'7" (170 cm) tall, and weighing 160 lb (72.5 kg). He has black hair, a slim build and several scars on...

Consequences of illegal dumping

Illegal dumping poses environmental, health and fire risks and can lead to significant fines for those caught and convicted.

Illegal dumping occurs when unwanted waste is disposed of in undesirable locations such as: vacant or private properties, crown lands, woods, bushes, roadsides, and waterways. This can cause serious health and environmental problems, create risk of fires and lead to significant expenses...

Natural Resources / Ressources naturelles

Crime of the Week: Theft of trucks and...

The District 7 RCMP Crime Reduction Unit and the Woodstock Police Force are investigating a series of transport truck and trailer thefts in the Woodstock area of New Brunswick.

Between July 8 and July 16, 2011, seven transport trucks and five trailers were stolen during two separate incidents at four local area businesses: Valley Express Transport Limited, Quality Transport, Richwil Truck Centre, and the...

Crime of the Week: Arson - 50 Walker Street in...

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting two fires on separate dates in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

On Thursday, March 31, 2011 at approximately 1:50 a.m., and Sunday, July 24, 2011 at approximately 4:50 a.m., members of the Fredericton Police Force and the Fredericton Fire Department responded to two separate fires at the same location, 50...

RCMP release video of missing 44-year-old Fred...

The Codiac Regional RCMP continue to investigate the suspicious disappearance of Fred Byram and have released a video from the night he was last seen, in hopes it will generate new information from the public.

The 44-year-old from Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, N.B., was last seen in the early morning hours of October 8, 2010, as he got into a taxi outside the Rocking Rodeo on Elmwood Drive in Moncton. He has not...

Missing Person: Fred Byram

Crime of the Week: Arson at Downey Ford Paint...

Crime Stoppers and the St. Stephen Detachment of the District 1 RCMP are looking for the person responsible for setting fire to a structure in the town.

On Friday, October 22, 2010, the St. Stephen Fire Department and the RCMP responded to a fire at the Downey Ford Paint Shop, located at 24 Route 170, in St. Stephen, N.B. The fire appears to have started at the back southeast corner of the building. A security...

Crime of the Week: Arson at towing company in...

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the Codiac Regional RCMP are looking for the person responsible for setting fire at a Towing Company in Moncton, N.B.

On January 15, 2011, at approximately 3:30 a.m., the RCMP responded to a suspicious fire at Dynamic Towing, 1555 Mountain Road in Moncton. Two tow vehicles were severely damaged in the blaze as well as a third vehicle which was on top of a car carrier. A security camera...

Crime of the Week: Camp Arsons, Saint-Maure, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Campbellton Detachment of the District 9 RCMP are looking for the individuals responsible for setting fire to camps in Saint-Maure, N.B.

Between September 4 and September 5, 2010, someone purposely set two camps on fire. They were located at kilometer marker 1 and kilometer marker 14 on the Saint-Maure Road, in an area known as the Old Southeast.

Both camps and their contents...

Crime of the Week: Armed robbery at the...

Crime Stoppers and the Sussex Detachment of the District 3 RCMP are looking for the person responsible for committing an armed robbery at the National Bank in Norton, N.B.

On Thursday, November 25, 2010, at 11:45 a.m., a masked man armed with a handgun entered the National Bank, located at 140 Route 124 in Norton. He demanded cash and left with an...

Home Invasion and Armed Robbery - Doaktown, NB

Crime Stoppers and District 6 RCMP in Doaktown are looking for the person responsible for a home invasion and armed robbery on Main Street in Doaktown.

On Saturday, December 23, 2006, shortly after midnight, a male intruder armed with a gun, traumatized and forced his way into the residence of an elderly woman demanding money. The victim gave what cash she had and was ordered to turn off the lights...

Crime of the Week: Illegal smuggling at the border

Law enforcement agencies in New Brunswick and the state of Maine are responsible for the security of our borders. Anyone crossing without reporting to ports of entry is committing a criminal offence.

The Integrated Border Enforcement Team, known as IBET, is a partnership between the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S....

Crime of the Week: Arson, Chance Harbour, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the St. George Detachment of the District 1 RCMP are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a structure in Chance Harbour, N.B.

On Thursday, November 25, 2010, at approximately 9:00 p.m., members of the Musquash Fire Department and the RCMP responded to a fire at 2516 Route 790 in Chance Harbour. A new home that was under construction was engulfed in flames when...

Crime of the Week: Vandalism of Gibson Memorial...

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the person or persons responsible for vandalizing a memorial statue in Fredericton, N.B.

On or about Tuesday, September 21, 2010, someone spray painted graffiti on the Boss Gibson Memorial Statue, located on the walking trail behind the old Craig Electric building, at 912 Union Street. There was paint damage on the statue and on a handrail that...

Crime of the Week: Break, enter and theft,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 1 RCMP St. George Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Upper l'Etang, N.B.

Sometime between the evening of April 13 and the early morning of April 14, 2010, someone broke into the PharmaChoice Pharmacy at 292 Main Street in Upper l'Etang. Entry was gained by breaking the glass in the front door of the business. Once inside...

Crime of the Week: Missing Person - Gregory...

Crime Stoppers and the Woodstock Police Force are looking for information concerning the disappearance of Gregory David Wry, of Woodstock, N.B.

Gregory Wry was reported missing on Wednesday, February 24, 2010. He left his home around 1 p.m. on Sunday, February 21 and spent that night at the Howard Johnson's Plaza hotel in Fredericton. He hasn't been heard from since.

His car, a sandy brown...

Crime of the Week - Break, enter and theft,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 8 RCMP, Caraquet detachment, are looking for the individuals responsible for a break, enter and theft in Grande-Anse, N.B.

On Friday, April 9, 2010, at approximately 3:00 a.m., three masked individuals broke into the Clover Farm Store at 329 Acadie Street, in Grande-Anse. Entry was gained by breaking the glass of the front door to the business. Once inside the individuals stole a...

Crime of the Week: Armed Robbery - Ultramar...

Crime Stoppers and the District 3 RCMP, Sussex Detachment, are looking for an individual who committed an armed robbery in Sussex, New Brunswick.

On Monday, September 21, 2009, at around 2:30 a.m., a masked man entered the Ultramar corner store at 312 Main Street in Sussex. The suspect was armed with a hammer. He pointed it at the clerk and demanded money from the till. He also asked for cigarettes and lottery...

Crime of the Week: Armed Robbery, Bayou Pub and...

Crime Stoppers and District 4 RCMP are looking for two individuals who committed an armed robbery in Shediac, N.B.

On Sunday, March 28, 2010, at approximately 12:20 a.m., two masked men entered the Bayou Pub and Eatery, located at 607 Main Street in Shediac.

Both suspects walked directly to the bar area. The smaller of the two was approximately 5'4" tall and weighed about 150 lbs. He spoke in a deep...

Crime of the Week: Break, enter and theft at...

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.

Sometime during the evening of March 30, 2010, thieves broke into Sears, located at 435 Brookside Drive in Fredericton. They entered the store through the warehouse door. Once inside they removed 11 television sets ranging in size from 40 to 50 inches. The...

Crime of the Week: Missing Person - Jean-Eudes...

Crime Stoppers and District 8 RCMP, Caraquet Detachment, are looking for information about the disappearance of Jean-Eudes Légère of Bas-Caraquet, New Brunswick.

Mr. Légère was reported missing on Friday, November 14, 2008. His vehicle, a white 1994 Oldsmobile Achieva, was located a few hours later on the wharf in Bas-Caraquet. To date, all attempts to locate Jean-Eudes have been unsuccessful. His family...

Crime of the Week: Break, enter, and theft -...

Crime Stoppers and the District 8 RCMP, Caraquet Detachment are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft in Village Blanchard, New Brunswick.

Between Saturday June 6 and Sunday June 7, 2009, someone broke into the Marché Village Blanchard (Fresh Mart) situated on Route 11, in Village Blanchard. Entry was gained through a rear garage door. Once inside they broke into the...

07-Mar-11: Crime of the Week - Armed robbery,...

Crime Stoppers and members of District 1 RCMP are looking for the person who committed an armed robbery in St. Stephen, N.B.

On Monday May 10, 2010, at approximately 10:35 p.m., a masked man entered the Riverside Grocery store, located at 240 Milltown Boulevard in St. Stephen. He was armed with a knife and demanded cash from the store clerk. He left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money, heading...

Woodstock Police investigating disappearance of...

Crime Stoppers and the Woodstock Police Force are looking for information concerning the disappearance of Gregory David Wry, of Woodstock, N.B.

Gregory Wry was reported missing on Wednesday, February 24, 2010. He left his home around 1 p.m. on Sunday, February 21 and spent that night at the Howard Johnson’s Plaza hotel in Fredericton. He hasn’t been heard from since.

His car, a sandy...

District 8 RCMP investigating disappearance of...

Crime Stoppers and District 8 RCMP, Caraquet Detachment, are looking for information about the disappearance of Jean-Eudes Légère, of Bas-Caraquet, New Brunswick.

Mr. Légère was reported missing on Friday, November 14, 2008. His vehicle, a 1994 white Oldsmobile Achieva, was located a few hours later on the wharf in Bas-Caraquet . To date, all attempts to locate Jean-Eudes have been unsuccessful. His...

How to Spot a Marijuana Home Grow Operation:...

Following an RCMP raid on 14 homes in the Moncton area believed to be involved in marijuana cultivation (July 2004), the police are offering these tips on what people can do to help shut these operations down.

REMEMBER: DO NOT try to confront these individuals yourself.

Elder Abuse: Help Stop It

Elder Abuse is any action which causes harm to, or neglect of an older person. It can take the form of physical abuse (defined as any violent act that causes physical injury and/or taking the form of neglect), psychological abuse (such as name calling, treating older people like children, scolding or denying access to friends and family) or financial abuse (i.e., when seniors are forced to sign over control of their...

Helping Seniors Protect Themselves Against Crime

Crime Stoppers, in partnership with Innovation-Action Incorporated, wishes to sensitize seniors on how they may protect themselves against crime.

Disposal of Debris / Garbage on Crown Lands

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Natural Resources are asking the public for their help in resolving an on-going problem on private and crown lands.

Disposing of debris, garbage, construction, or any material on crown lands is an offence under the Crown Lands and Forests Act. The disposal of waste material is not just restricted to crown lands.

ATV Damages / Coastal Regions

Crime Stoppers and the Canadian Wildlife Service need your help in putting a stop to the needless damage being done by All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) in many coastal locations within the province of New Brunswick.

Insurance Fraud

Crime Stoppers and the Insurance Brokers Association of New Brunswick encourage you to phone in your tips about companies or individuals who cheat on their home, auto, or business insurance. It is estimated that insurance fraud adds an extra billion dollars a year to police, fire, and health service costs.

Don't Buy Tobacco For Minors!

Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Department of Public Safety would like to draw your attention to a persistent problem, which exists here in New Brunswick; the acquisition of cigarettes for persons under the age of 19 years.

Crime and Schools

Many high schools in New Brunswick are using the Crime Stoppers program to help prevent and solve crimes within their school communities. Do the right thing. If you have information about a crime committed in your school, consider helping the victim, don't let a bully get away with victimizing your school, your community.

Operating A Snowmobile Under The Influence

Crime Stoppers and the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs would like to draw your attention to what has become a very serious problem – operating a snowmobile under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Everyone knows that drinking and driving is against the law. Well, the same rules apply to snowmobiles. Before starting your machine, stop and think! Speed and alcohol are a deadly combination.

$100,000 For Buying A Wild Salmon?

That's right. According to Section 78 of the Fisheries Act, if you are found in possession of an illegally purchased wild salmon or grilse, you could face a fine of up to $100,000 for a first offence. It is illegal for wild Atlantic salmon to be purchased, and illegal for it to be sold by anyone in the first place. Sounds like a heavy penalty doesn't it? But it is nothing compared to the price we'll pay if the wild...

Help Curb Illegal Hunting Practices

N.B Crime Stoppers, New Brunswick Wildlife Federation, hunters, and the Department of Natural Resources are seeking your help in an attempt to curb illegal hunting practices in the province of New Brunswick.

10/12/2010 - Arson - St. George

Crime Stoppers and the District 1 RCMP, St-George Detachment are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to an apartment complex in St-George, New Brunswick.

On Thursday September 11th, 2008 at approximately 12:30 a.m, the St-George fire department and the RCMP responded to a structure fire at 179 Brunswick Street in St-George. Investigation revealed that the fire was purposely set at the...

9/27/2010 - Armed Robbery - Shediac

Crime Stoppers and the Shediac RCMP are looking for two individuals who committed an armed robbery in Shediac, New Brunswick.

On Sunday, March 28, 2010 at approximately 12:20 a.m. two masked men entered the Bayou Pub and Eatery, located at 607 Main Street in Shediac. Both suspects were armed and they walked directly to the bar area.

The smaller of the two suspects is described as being...

9/20/2010 - Vandalism at Cenotaph - Fredericton

Crime Stoppers and the Fredericton Police Force are looking for the individuals responsible for vandalizing a cenotaph in Fredericton, N.B.

Sometime between November 7 and November 9, 2009, vandals destroyed part of the provincial cenotaph located on the corner of St. John and Queen Streets in Fredericton. The large cross portion of the monument was pushed over breaking it into several pieces. Damage is...

RCMP seek help in locating 43-year-old Michael...

Codiac Regional RCMP is requesting the public’s help in locating a 43-year-old Moncton man missing for over a month. Michael Andrew Blakney was reported missing to police last week but was last seen in early August while riding his bicycle in Moncton.

Blakney is of average build, 5 feet 1 inch tall, weighing approximately 150lbs, and has reddish brown or auburn coloured hair. He also walks with a...

8/20/2010 - Hit and run causing death,...

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 RCMP (Dalhousie detachment) are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who fatally struck an elderly pedestrian in Dalhousie, New Brunswick.

8/9/2010 - Hit and run causing death, Saint...

Crime Stoppers and the Saint John Police Force are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who struck a pedestrian on Loch Lomond Road in Saint John, N.B. nearly four years ago.

7/16/2010 - Arson Investigation, Cross Creek, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the District 2 RCMP, Stanley Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a local bridge in Cross Creek, New Brunswick.

Crime of the Week: Home invasion and armed...

Crime Stoppers and District 6 RCMP in Doaktown are looking for the person responsible for a home invasion and armed robbery on Main Street in Doaktown.

6/18/2010 - Cemeteries Vandalized, Bathurst, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and the Bathurst Police are looking for the individuals responsible for vandalizing two cemeteries here in Bathurst, New Brunswick.

6/11/2010 - Arson, Burtts Corner, N.B.

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the District 2 RCMP, Keswick Detachment, are looking for those responsible for setting a fire in Burtts Corner, N.B.

6/7/2010 - Theft & Mischief, Lepreau, N.B.

Crime Stoppers and District 1 RCMP, St. George Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for theft and mischief in Lepreau, New Brunswick.

5/31/2010 - Break and Enter - Hampton

N.B.Crime Stoppers and the Hampton RCMP are looking for the person or persons responsible for breaking into two local businesses at 550 Main Street in Hampton, N.B.

Sometime during the evening of January 2, 2008, thieves broke into Jerry’s Barber Shop and an adjacent video store. Once inside the barber shop, they broke through a common wall giving them access to “Five Sons Video” next door. The suspects...

5/24/2010 - Break, Enter and Theft - Petit Rocher

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the B.N.P.P. Regional Police Force are looking for the person or persons responsible for a break, enter and theft at 583 rue Roy in Petit-Rocher, N.B.

Sometime between Monday, June 29 and Tuesday, June 30, 2009, thieves broke into a residence in Petit Rocher and made off with several items.

5/10/2010 - Arson Investigation - Mactaquac

Crime Stoppers and the Keswick Detachment of the District 2 RCMP are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting fire to a structure in Mactaquac, New Brunswick in May 2009.

On Saturday, May 9, 2009, at approximately 5:00 a.m., Keswick RCMP and local firefighters responded to a fire at the golf course lodge in Mactaquac Provincial Park.

4/26/2010 - Arsons - Kedgwick

Crime Stoppers and the Saint-Quentin RCMP are looking for the persons responsible for setting two fires in Kedgwick, New Brunswick.

On Friday February 20, 2009 and on Wednesday March 18, 2009 the Saint-Quentin RCMP and Kedgwick fire fighters responded to two separate fires at "Le Casse-Croûte du coin" located at 64 Notre Dame Street in Kedgwick.

4/12/2010 - Arson - Bouctouche

Crime Stoppers and the District 5 RCMP, Bouctouche Detachment are looking for the person or persons responsible for setting a fire at a famous tourist attraction in Bouctouche, New Brunswick.

On Wednesday October 22nd 2008, at approximately 10:45 pm, the Bouctouche RCMP and fire fighters responded to a fire at the "Ordre du Bon Temps", which includes the restaurant and theater at the " Pays de la Sagouine".

4/5/2010 - Outdoor Marijuana Grow Ops

N.B. Crime Stoppers and the RCMP Coordinated Marihuana Enforcement Team are asking the public to be vigilant and report suspicious activity relating to outdoor marijuana grow operations.

Marijuana growers plant marijuana on their own property, but they often use Crown Land in an attempt to avoid prosecution.

3/29/2010 - Theft From Safe - Nigadoo

Crime Stoppers and the B.N.P.P. Regional Police Force are looking for three people responsible for stealing money from a store at 259 rue Principale in Nigadoo, N.B.

On Sunday, July 20, 2008 at approximately 3:40 p.m., three individuals entered H.P. Haché General Convenience Store and stole cash from the business safe. The incident was captured on the store’s surveillance camera.

3/22/2010 - Armed Robbery - Sackville

Crime Stoppers and District 4 RCMP, Sackville Detachment, are looking for the individual responsible for an armed robbery which took place at 222 Main Street in Sackville, New Brunswick on Thursday, August 30, 2007.

At approximately 4:00 a.m., a female employee arrived at the restaurant to begin her shift. As she unlocked the door, a man holding a black handgun approached her from behind and told her to take him...

3/15/2010 - Hit and Run Causing Death - Petit...

Crime Stoppers and the B.N.P.P. Regional Police Force are looking into a cold case file for information on a hit and run causing death in Petit-Rocher, N.B. More than 25 years ago.

On December 15, 1983, at approximately 1 a.m., the B.N.P.P. responded to a hit and run call on Highway 134 in Petit-Rocher North. Officers arrived on the scene to find 20-year-old Lévio Roy lying on the side of the road severely...

3/1/2010 - Disposal of Debris/ Garbage on Crown...

Crime Stoppers and the Department of Natural Resources are asking the public for their help in resolving an on-going problem on Crown Lands.

Disposing of debris, gagbage, construction material, or vehicles on Crown Lands is an offence under the Crown Lands and Forests Act.

2/22/2010 - Theft and Mischief - Lepreau

Crime Stoppers and District 1 RCMP, St. George Detachment, are looking for the person or persons responsible for theft and mischief in Lepreau, New Brunswick.

Between Saturday September 29th and Monday October 1st, 2007, a grey Morooka crawler belonging to NB Power was stolen. It was parked on the East side of Rte 790, and driven several kilometres to a gravel pit on Seven Mile Lake Road.

2/15/2010 - Hit and Run Causing Death - Dalhousie

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 RCMP (Dalhousie detachment) are looking for the driver of a hit and run vehicle who fatally struck an elderly pedestrian in Dalhousie, New Brunswick.

On February 26 2007, at around midnight, 76-year-old Georges Gauvin was fatally struck in front of the Tim Horton’s restaurant situated at 414 William Street in Dalhousie.

2/8/2010 - Synthetic Drugs - RCMP

Crime Stoppers and the RCMP Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness Services are asking the public to report any activity relating to the production and distribution of synthetic drugs in New Brunswick.

Synthetic drugs and their harmful effects seem to be underestimated by many New Brunswickers. These drugs are produced and distributed by organized crime groups who combine highly addictive, harmful and toxic...

1/25/2010 - Illegal Smuggling at the Border

Law enforcement agencies in New Brunswick and the state of Maine are Responsible for the security of our borders. Anyone crossing without reporting to ports of entry are committing a criminal offence.

The RCMP Integrated Border Enforcement Team which is a partnership between the RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, The United States Border Patrol, US Customs, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement are constantly...

1/18/2010 - Arson - Kedgwick

Crime Stoppers and the District 9 R.C.M.P., Saint-Quentin Detachment, are looking for the persons responsible for setting two fires in Kedgwick, New Brunswick.

On Friday, February 20th, and on Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 the St-Quentin RCMP and Kedgwick Fire Fighters resonded to two separate fires at "le Casse-Croûte du Coin" Situated at 64 Notre Dame Street in Kedgwick.

1/4/2010 - Alcool NB Liquor

Don`t provide to person under 19!

Crime Stoppers and Alcool NB Liquor would like to draw your attention to a persistent problem in New Brunswick. That of providing alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of nineteen.

12/21/2009 - Robbery - Pointe-Verte

Crime Stoppers and the B.N.P.P. Regional Police are looking for the individual responsible for a robbery that took place at 448 Chemin Principale in Pointe-Verte, New Brunswick.

On Friday the 22nd of August 2003, at approximately 9:40 p.m., a female employee from the Pointe-Verte canteen was the victim of a robbery.

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