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RCMP investigate theft of lawn tractor

Police are looking for assistance in locating a stolen lawn tractor. On June 15, Pictou District RCMP responded to a complaint of a theft of a John Deere lawn tractor from a property on Gairloch Road. The tractor is a model D130, is green in colour and is valued at approximately $2,000. The vehicle identification number was...

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RCMP requests public assistance to locate stolen ATV

KEMPTOWN – Police are seeking public assistance in locating a stolen ATV. On July 28, Colchester District RCMP received a complaint of a stolen all-terrain vehicle.  Sometime between 6 p.m. on July 26 and 6 p.m. on July 28, a green 2016 Artic Cat ‘Rubicon’ 700 with Nova Scotia license plate JA027 attached was stolen...

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RCMP requesting public assistance in locating stolen trailer and car

LOWER TRURO – Colchester District RCMP is requesting public`s assistance in locating a stolen utility trailer containing a BMW sports car. Just prior to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 30, a white enclosed utility trailer containing a 2001 BMW M3 sports car, was stolen from the parking lot at the Volkswagen dealership on Meadow Drive in...

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RCMP requesting public assistance

PICTOU –  Pictou District RCMP were called to the Three Brooks area yesterday shortly after 10:30 p.m. to investigate a suspicious incident involving a man running through the woods. Officers responded, however, the man was not located. Shortly before midnight, the RCMP received a call about a theft of a truck in the same area. A short time later, the...

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Police arrest woman after truck stolen

New Glasgow Regional Police arrested an adult female after a Dodge truck was stolen from a driveway. Early today, at approximately 2:17 a.m., police received a 9-1-1 call that a dark blue Dodge Ram had just been stolen from a driveway at an Acadia Street residence. At approximately 2:57 a.m., the suspect vehicle was observed on...

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Antigonish RCMP request help to return stolen property

ANTIGONISH – RCMP here is investigating some recent break and enters into abandoned properties and isrequesting public assistance as a result. In the past two weeks, Antigonish RCMP has responded to two break-and-enters into abandoned properties. Multiple items have been taken from these properties and have been appearing for sale online in local buy-and-sell groups....

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2016 year in review…

A lot of big news stories made headlines this past year – the biggest probably being the United States electing Donald Trump as president. Pictou County had its own share of big stories in 2016: a proposed memorandum of understanding between four of the six municipal units, the welcoming of a number of Syrian refugee...

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RCMP lays charges, recovers stolen property following break and enters

PICTOU – Pictou District RCMP has recovered three stolen televisions and a stolen chainsaw and has charged a 36-year-old Pictou man with break, enter and theft as part of an ongoing property crime investigation involving several break, enter and theft complaints in Pictou County over the past month. The accused will appear in Pictou Provincial...

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RCMP makes arrests, recovers stolen property

WESTVILLE ROAD – Pictou District RCMP have arrested two people and recovered a stolen television set during an investigation into recent thefts from RVs. On October 27, multiple thefts were reported from RVs at a business on Westville Road in New Glasgow. As a result of their investigation, police have arrested a 44-year-old man and a 32-year-old...

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Lionstone Inn broken into

PICTOU – Pictou District RCMP are seeking public assistance in yet another break in to a local business. Police responded a report of a break and enter into the Lionstone Inn which occurred sometime between October 13 and October 26. Police arrived on scene and found that culprits had gained entrance to five cabins on...

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