Four adults, 26 charges

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New Glasgow Regional Police have charged four people with more than 26 charges in relation to a break and enter in New Glasgow.

On Feb. 19 at approximately 12:16 p.m. New Glasgow Regional Police responded to a break and enter on Clyde Street  where electronics and four firearms and ammunition were stolen from the residence.

On Feb. 21 at approximately 5:17 p.m. New Glasgow Regional Police assisted by Pictou County Integrated Street Crime Enforcement Unit, Stellarton Police Service and the Criminal Intelligence Service of Nova Scotia executed a search warrant on a residence on Allan Avenue in Stellarton.

All four firearms and ammunition have been recovered during the search warrant.

As a result of the investigation, four persons have been arrested and charged with the following:

40-year-old male from Stellarton charged with;

Break and enter
Possession of stolen property
Possession of stolen firearms
Unsafe storage of ammunition
Unsafe storage of firearms
Unauthorized possession of firearms

A 50-year-old female from Stellarton charged with:

Possession of stolen property
Possession of stolen firearms
Unsafe storage of ammunition
Unsafe storage of firearms
Unauthorized possession of firearms
Breach of probation
21-year-old male from Stellarton charged with:

Break and enter
Possession of stolen property
Possession of stolen firearms
Unsafe storage of ammunition
Unsafe storage of firearms
Unauthorized possession of firearms
Failure to comply with Firearms Prohibition Order
Breach of probation
24-year-old female from Stellarton charged with:

Possession of stolen property
Possession of stolen firearms
Unsafe storage of ammunition
Unsafe storage of firearms
Unauthorized possession of firearms
Breach of probation
Both the 40-year-old male and the 21-year-old male will be held in custody and will be appearing in Provincial Court in Pictou today, Feb. 22.

Both the 24-year old female and the 50-year-old female have been released on an undertaking and will be appearing in Provincial Court in Pictou on May 6.

New Glasgow Regional Police Major Crime Unit continues to investigate.