CJ104 Crime of the Week
During the evening of Sun. Nov. 26, 2017, several men with their faces hidden entered a residence in the Bath area, assaulted the homeowner and stole property.
1. On Wed. Jan. 3, 2018, in the late evening, a 2000 GMC Jimmy parked in front of an apartment building on Helen Street, Woodstock, N.B., sustained damage to the windows.
2. On Tues. Jan. 2, 2018, a 2008 black Chevrolet Cobalt was parked in a parking lot near Prince William Street, Woodstock, N.B., and between the hours of 6:30 and 9:00 PM, two tires were cut on the vehicle.
If you have any information that will assist law enforcement with their investigation in these criminal acts, contact Crime Stoppers.
Is Crime Stoppers working in our communities? During the month of Dec. 2017, information received from ‘tipsters’ resulted in 7 arrests, 11 cases solved and 9 charges laid. In 2017, Crime Stopper information led to 94 arrests, 123 cases solved and 232 charges laid. Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers with your information on any criminal act, you are completely anonymous and the information you provide could result in you receiving a cash award.
The Crime Stoppers New Brunswick Crime of the Week is brought to you by Canadian Tire in Woodstock.