CJ104 Crime of the Week


Local law enforcement are investigating a number of recent break and enters, and seeking information from the public to help identify the person(s) responsible.  Six reports of break and enters into residences, seasonal properties and one business have been reported since October 15, 2018. The incidents occurred in Juniper, Johnville, Jacksonville, Centreville, Dorrington Hill and Enterprise, N.B.  A number of items were stolen from the various locations, including several rifles and shotguns, ammunition, three all-terrain vehicles (a red Honda TRX 350T and two red Honda Rubicons), and generators among other items.  Crime Stoppers reminds the public to ensure their properties and any outbuildings are properly secured and well-lit to deter thieves, and that items such as firearms are properly stored and secured.  If you have any information related to these criminal acts including suspicious behaviour or activity in these areas, you are encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers.


In November 2013, a hunter in the Cloverdale area located the remains of what appeared to be two dog carcasses. The dogs had been chained to a tree and left to die.  Local RCMP are continuing their investigation and asking the public for any information that will assist them in solving this case of animal cruelty and possibly preventing similar acts of cruelty.  If you have any information on this criminal act, this might be the missing piece of the puzzle law enforcement requires to solve this case.  Your information could result in you receiving a cash award up to $2000. 

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