RCMP investigate 2 separate thefts in northern N.B.
Mounties are investigating two separate thefts in northern New Brunswick.
Police say two all-terrain vehicles were taken from the Bolan forestry road in the Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Restigouche area between Aug. 4 and 8
Members of the Coopérative des travailleurs forestiers de Mckendrick were working there at the time.
The first ATV is a red 2005 Honda, model TRX350F, with New Brunswick license plate XN6115.
The second is a green 2017 Honda, model TRX420, with New Brunswick license plate XY9683.
Both vehicles have front and rear handmade metal racks used to transport seedlings.
Police are also looking for a homemade stainless steel trailer taken from private property used for camping in Upsalquitch, commonly referred to as Wyers Brook, between July 29 and Aug. 8.
The trailer is 6'x12' and open with three sides, with two folding ramps on the back, white wheel rims, a rotating hoisting apparatus with a bulldog head on it and a D-ring on the four corners.
The trailer hitch was locked and the trailer was bearing New Brunswick licence plate TPE440.
Anyone with information in either case is asked to contact Campbellton RCMP or Crime Stoppers.