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.
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 to reach the scene. RCMP forensic identification experts and the Coroner were also called to the scene to assist with the investigation.
Based on forensic analysis performed on the remains and clothing gathered from the scene, the remains have been identified as those of an adult male. It is believed that this person would have died within the past 6 to 18 months.
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 likely in his 20s. He was between 163 cm and 171 cm tall (5 feet, 4 inches to 5 feet, 7 inches). He died within the past six months, most probably within the past two months. In the past, he had fractured both clavicles (collarbones), probably in separate incidents, and his nose had also been broken at some time in the past.
Clothing found with the remains included a green t-shirt with the emblem “SPLIT” on the front.
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. area on May 5. The suspect showed up at the bank at around 7 a.m. and confronted employees as they were unlocking the doors.
He produced a handgun and ordered the employees into the bank, where he managed to escape with a quantity of cash. This is believed to be the suspect’s first bank robbery in Toronto since he started stealing from banks in early February 2010. He has also robbed nine banks in York region, four in Calgary and one in Ottawa.
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.
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 travelling at a high rate of speed, and did not have any headlights activated.
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 vehicle involved would be a gold colored 2001 to 2003 Mazda Protegé ES. The driver side rearview mirror was broken off during the collision.
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, and an estimated street value of over $67 million worth of drugs being seized.
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.
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 and required medical attention.