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  •  07-10-2008, 12:03 PM

    Scooter stolen, Tracadie-Sheila



          
         
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    2008/7/8

    Scooter stolen, Tracadie-Sheila, N.B.

     

     

     

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Jul0808_092234.html



    Tracadie-Sheila RCMP (District 8) are asking for the public’s assistance in relation to the theft of a Yamaha BWS 2006 blue scooter on July 7, 2008 at approximately 2:00 p.m. behind Vitres Péninsule in Tracadie-Sheila. The suspect, who was not wearing a helmet, reportedly drove the scooter on Benoît St. before turning North onto Luce St. The suspect is a white male between 15 and 25 years old with short brown hair.

    The following items had been added to the scooter: blue Technigas exhaust system, black handle bars, a white rear rack and an 8-ball sticker on the front.

    The attached photo is for information purposes only and does not show the above-mentioned items.

    Tracadie-Sheila RCMP are asking anyone with information about this stolen vehicle to contact their office at 506-393-6001 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).


     
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  •  07-11-2008, 3:00 PM

    Update : Elmwood Drive Armed Robbery, Moncton,

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     2008/6/28

    Armed Robbery, Moncton, N.B.


    On June 28 at 06:54am, the Codiac Regional RCMP responded to an armed robbery at Needs Convenience on Elmwood Drive in Moncton.

    The suspect entered and demanded money from the employee.She left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money. No one was injured.

    The suspect is described as being a female, approximately 40 years old, 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing between 130 - 145 pounds.
     
     
     

    Investigation is ongoing.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Codiac Regional RCMP at (506)857-2400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
     
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    2008/7/11

    Robbery -- Update, Moncton, N.B.

    Karri Ann Smyth, a 32 year old Moncton woman appearred in Moncton Provincial court on July 11 at 09:30am. She faces armed robbery and failure to comply with condition of undertaking charges.
    She has been sent for a 30 day assessement and returns to court on August 8 at 09:30am.

    On June 28 at 06:54am, the Codiac Regional RCMP responded to an armed robbery at Needs Convenience on Elmwood Drive in Moncton.
    The suspect entered and demanded money from the employee. She fled with an undisclosed amount of money. No one was injured.



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  •  07-11-2008, 3:49 PM

    Re: Update : Elmwood Drive Armed Robbery, Moncton,

    You know, if I were her, I'd be a little ticked. They issue a notice placing her at approximately 40 and she's really just nicely 30? Maybe it's a woman thing, but I'd be royally ticked if someone over-estimated my age like that!

     





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  •  07-11-2008, 4:10 PM

    Re: Update : Elmwood Drive Armed Robbery, Moncton,

    At first I thought the pic looked a bit like Charlie Watts.
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  •  07-11-2008, 4:49 PM

    Re: Update : Elmwood Drive Armed Robbery, Moncton,

    BlinkeredKitten wrote:

    You know, if I were her, I'd be a little ticked. They issue a notice placing her at approximately 40 and she's really just nicely 30? Maybe it's a woman thing, but I'd be royally ticked if someone over-estimated my age like that!

     

    well whatever her age she must be pretty desperate to do something like that..its sad really

  •  09-02-2008, 6:26 PM

    Counterfeit Money Alert

    2008/9/2

    Counterfeit Money Alert, Moncton, N.B.

    Codiac Regional RCMP would like to advise businesses, that local merchants have received counterfeit $50 American dollar bills, serial numbers ID17051459A, MA52272087B, EJ05875949A.

    5 incidents have been reported in the Greater Moncton area.Investigations are ongoing.

    Please check the serial numbers and immediately report any suspicious bills to your local RCMP detachment.

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  •  09-03-2008, 3:14 PM

    Armed Robbery, Dieppe,

    2008/9/3

    Armed Robbery, Dieppe, N.B.

    On September 2, at 8:33 pm , the Codiac Regional RCMP responded to a robbery at Pitous variety on Champlain street in Dieppe.

    A man entered wearing a mask and carrying a knife, demanded money from the clerk. The clerk refused and the suspect fled. No one was injured.
    Investigation is ongoing.

    Anyone with any information is asked to contact Codiac Regional RCMP at (506)857-2400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

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  •  09-03-2008, 7:17 PM

    Re: Armed Robbery, Dieppe,

    must be a mad man to do that at 8 pm at night
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  •  11-01-2008, 5:47 PM

    Codiac RCMP recover car and body





     

    Codiac RCMP recover car and body believed linked to killing of N.B. professor

     

     

    Via

    http://www.canadaeast.com/front/article/467613

     

    2008 11 01

    Body discovered in car may be connected to murder in Douglas, N.B., Fredericton, N.B.
     
     
     
    Just before 11:30 a.m. on November 1, 2008, the RCMP received a call that the body of a man had been discovered in a car in a hotel parking lot in Moncton, N.B. The police have determined that the car was rented earlier in the week by 27-year old Nicholas Wade Baker.

    Just prior to the discovery of the body, a first degree murder charge was laid against Baker in the October 30, 2008 murder of 60-year old John McKendy of Douglas, N.B. A Canada wide arrest warrant for Baker had also been issued.

     

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    John McKendy, a 60-year-old sociology professor at St. Thomas University

     

     

    RCMP said they received a call just before 11:30 a.m. after the body of a man was discovered inside a car at a hotel parking lot in Moncton, N.B.

    "Police have determined that the car was rented earlier in the week by 27-year old Nicholas Wade Baker."

    They said it was found inside a silver coloured Chrysler with a Nova Scotia plate on it. It was a rental car from a company in Fredericton.

    Although police hadn't offered comment on family ties the Globe and Mail reported Saturday that Baker was married to McKendy's daughter and that she was found injured in the home and taken to hospital for treatment.

    McKendy, a Quaker, came to the Fredericton school in 1974 and his research focused on social inequality and the sociology of religion and work.

     

     


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  •  11-03-2008, 12:31 PM

    Re: Counterfeit Money Alert

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    2008/9/2

    Counterfeit Money Alert, Moncton, N.B.

    Codiac Regional RCMP would like to advise businesses, that local merchants have received counterfeit $50 American dollar bills, serial numbers ID17051459A, MA52272087B, EJ05875949A.

    5 incidents have been reported in the Greater Moncton area.Investigations are ongoing.

    Please check the serial numbers and immediately report any suspicious bills to your local RCMP detachment.

    Someone at my job got one and accepted it without checking because it was busy. The police told us there are even more cases


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  •  11-03-2008, 1:58 PM

    Re: Armed Robbery, Dieppe,

    Student wrote:
    must be a mad man to do that at 8 pm at night

    Are you suggesting that 8 is too early or not late enough?


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  •  11-05-2008, 9:52 PM

    Moncton:Organized crime targeted in drug investigation

    Organized crime targeted in drug investigation, Moncton, N.B.

     

     2008 11 05

     

    RCMP news release 

     

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Nov0508_155357.html

     

    On October 10, 2007, the Moncton Drug Section successfully ended a year long drug investigation targeting an organized crime syndicate in the Bouctouche and Cocagne area. The investigation, Operation Jagged, led to the seizure of thousands of marijuana plants and several hundred pounds of cannabis marijuana which would have amounted to several hundred thousand marijuana joints. The raids were conducted in several communities, including Bouctouche, Cocagne, Saint-Maurice, Canaan Station and Harewood.

    The RCMP have charged 37-year old Kevin René Léger of MacIntosh Hill and 47-year old Charles Comeau of Saint-Maurice with drug related charges. The RCMP have also charged 53-year old George Saulnier of Irishtown, 45-year old Ronald Steeves of Saint-Maurice, 43-year old Léo Goguen of Shediac-Bridge and 51-year old Joey Alban Babineau of Bouctouche with drug trafficking offences for their involvement with this local organized crime group. Kevin Léger and Charles Comeau are scheduled to appear in Richibucto Provincial Court on January 27, 2009 for election and plea.


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  •  11-14-2008, 5:43 PM

    Charges laid in two unsolved NB murders

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    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Nov1408_133639.html

    2008/11/14

    Charges laid in two unsolved murder investigations, Moncton, N.B.

    The RCMP “J” Division Major Crime Unit South and Codiac Regional RCMP General Investigation Section / Major Crime today charged a 38-year-old man in connection with two murder investigations that date back four and 17 years.

    David Joseph Ouellette was charged in Moncton Provincial Court this afternoon with second degree murder in the February 23, 1991 death of Douglas James Edgett. Edgett’s body was found along a wooded road off the Pacific Junction Road near Moncton.

    Ouellette has also been charged with manslaughter in the disappearance and death of Cheryl Pyne in 2004. Pyne was last seen in June of 2004 and reported missing to Codiac Regional RCMP in August of the same year.

    CBC News

    http://www.cbc.ca/canada/new-brunswick/story/2008/11/14/nb-unsolved-crimes.html

     

    Douglas James Edgett, above, was killed in February 1991. On Friday, RCMP charged David Joseph Ouellette with second-degree murder in his death.

     

    Douglas James Edgett, above, was killed in February 1991. On Friday, RCMP charged David Joseph Ouellette with second-degree murder in his death. (RCMP)

     

    RCMP have charged convict David Joseph Ouellette with manslaughter in the 2004 death of Cheryl Pyne, whose body is still missing.RCMP have charged convict David Joseph Ouellette with manslaughter in the 2004 death of Cheryl Pyne, whose body is still missing. (North American Missing Persons Network)


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  •  11-18-2008, 8:23 AM

    escaped Sex Offender

     

    I'm jumping the gun here, but better safe than sorry... 

     

    Community notifications are issued to enable people to take suitable measures to protect themselves.
     

    Codiac RCMP track escaped Sex Offender, Stephen Chester 

     

     2008 11 18

    Convicted sex offender, robber still at large, escaped custody while working at Moncton Wesleyan Church

     

    By Brent Mazerolle
    Times & Transcript Staff

    http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/front/article/484429

     

    A 44-year-old Westmorland Institution inmate with a long history of crimes, including sexual assault and assault with a weapon, escaped from a Moncton church last night, triggering a police search through much of the west end and downtown of Moncton.

    Stephen Chester was sentenced to nine years in prison in 2004 for two robbery offences against Moncton store clerks in separate 2003 incidents, one of them while armed with a knife. In one case, a clerk was tied up and left in a bathroom. In the other case, a clerk was locked in a room.

    Last night, Chester was part of a group of several inmates doing work at the Moncton Wesleyan Church at 945 St. George Boulevard when he slipped away shortly after 7 p.m.

    He was last seen wearing dark blue track pants with lines on the sides and a dark blue jacket with red stripes on the sleeves. Underneath the track suit, he was wearing a bright yellow t-shirt. At the time of his disappearance he had scruffy facial hair.

    Chester weighs about 190 pounds (86 kg) and is approximately 5'10" (180 cm) tall. He was still at large early this morning.

     The incidents for which he was currently serving time occurred Oct. 6, 2003 at Andrew's Cottage, a gift shop on St. George Boulevard, and Nov. 1, 2003 at VL Music on Main Street.
    In the first incident, Chester, pretending to be shopping for a Christmas gift for his mother, came up behind a female clerk, grabbed her by the waist and slid a knife to her throat and told her to continue to the back room where he asked for cash, credit cards and finally the money from the front cash register. He left after shutting the woman in the room.

     

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  •  11-18-2008, 8:58 AM

    Re: escaped Sex Offender

    Police say he should be considered violent.

     

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    I'm jumping the gun here, but better safe than sorry... 

     

    Community notifications are issued to enable people to take suitable measures to protect themselves.
     

    Codiac RCMP track escaped Sex Offender, Stephen Chester 

     

     2008 11 18

    Convicted sex offender, robber still at large, escaped custody while working at Moncton Wesleyan Church

     

    By Brent Mazerolle
    Times & Transcript Staff

    http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/front/article/484429

     

    A 44-year-old Westmorland Institution inmate with a long history of crimes, including sexual assault and assault with a weapon, escaped from a Moncton church last night, triggering a police search through much of the west end and downtown of Moncton.

    Stephen Chester was sentenced to nine years in prison in 2004 for two robbery offences against Moncton store clerks in separate 2003 incidents, one of them while armed with a knife. In one case, a clerk was tied up and left in a bathroom. In the other case, a clerk was locked in a room.

    Last night, Chester was part of a group of several inmates doing work at the Moncton Wesleyan Church at 945 St. George Boulevard when he slipped away shortly after 7 p.m.

    He was last seen wearing dark blue track pants with lines on the sides and a dark blue jacket with red stripes on the sleeves. Underneath the track suit, he was wearing a bright yellow t-shirt. At the time of his disappearance he had scruffy facial hair.

    Chester weighs about 190 pounds (86 kg) and is approximately 5'10" (180 cm) tall. He was still at large early this morning.

     The incidents for which he was currently serving time occurred Oct. 6, 2003 at Andrew's Cottage, a gift shop on St. George Boulevard, and Nov. 1, 2003 at VL Music on Main Street.
    In the first incident, Chester, pretending to be shopping for a Christmas gift for his mother, came up behind a female clerk, grabbed her by the waist and slid a knife to her throat and told her to continue to the back room where he asked for cash, credit cards and finally the money from the front cash register. He left after shutting the woman in the room.

     

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  •  11-19-2008, 2:41 PM

    Escaped Sex Offender:Stephen Sam Chester

     


     

    RCMP news release  
     
     
     
    Chester
     
    Stephen Sam Chester 
     
     
    2008/11/18
     
     
    Search for inmate - Westmorland Institution, Moncton, N.B.

    Codiac Regional RCMP are asking anyone with information on the whereabouts of Stephen Sam Chester age 44, from Ontario to contact the Codiac Regional RCMP at (506)857-2400 or your local police department.

    Codiac Regional RCMP received a call on November 17, at 7:56 pm from Correctional Services Canada indicating that an inmate, Stephen Chester had left 945 St-George Boulevard and was missing. An extensive search went on for over 3 hours.

    Members are actively searching and investigating new leads from the public.



    Cpl. Mike Gaudet
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    (506)866-2021 
     
       
          

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    I'm jumping the gun here, but better safe than sorry... 

     

    Community notifications are issued to enable people to take suitable measures to protect themselves.
     

    Codiac RCMP track escaped Sex Offender, Stephen Chester 

     

     2008 11 18

    Convicted sex offender, robber still at large, escaped custody while working at Moncton Wesleyan Church

     

    By Brent Mazerolle
    Times & Transcript Staff

    http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/front/article/484429

     

    A 44-year-old Westmorland Institution inmate with a long history of crimes, including sexual assault and assault with a weapon, escaped from a Moncton church last night, triggering a police search through much of the west end and downtown of Moncton.

    Stephen Chester was sentenced to nine years in prison in 2004 for two robbery offences against Moncton store clerks in separate 2003 incidents, one of them while armed with a knife. In one case, a clerk was tied up and left in a bathroom. In the other case, a clerk was locked in a room.

    Last night, Chester was part of a group of several inmates doing work at the Moncton Wesleyan Church at 945 St. George Boulevard when he slipped away shortly after 7 p.m.

    He was last seen wearing dark blue track pants with lines on the sides and a dark blue jacket with red stripes on the sleeves. Underneath the track suit, he was wearing a bright yellow t-shirt. At the time of his disappearance he had scruffy facial hair.

    Chester weighs about 190 pounds (86 kg) and is approximately 5'10" (180 cm) tall. He was still at large early this morning.

     The incidents for which he was currently serving time occurred Oct. 6, 2003 at Andrew's Cottage, a gift shop on St. George Boulevard, and Nov. 1, 2003 at VL Music on Main Street.
    In the first incident, Chester, pretending to be shopping for a Christmas gift for his mother, came up behind a female clerk, grabbed her by the waist and slid a knife to her throat and told her to continue to the back room where he asked for cash, credit cards and finally the money from the front cash register. He left after shutting the woman in the room.

     

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  •  12-11-2008, 3:15 PM

    Organized crime group

    RCMP Press Release

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Dec1108_122558.html

     

    2008/12/11

    Organized crime group dismantled in RCMP Operation JEKYLL, Middlesex, N.B.

     

     



    Eight people appeared in Moncton Provincial Court facing numerous charges following an RCMP operation targeting an organized crime group operating around the Salisbury area. The investigation codenamed Operation JEKYLL has been underway since October 2007.

    54-year old Roger Tingley, 54-year old Rodney Tingley, 32-year old Michael Tingley, 30-year old Kevin Tingley, 25-year old Chris Tingley, 49-year old Sharon Tingley, 54-year old Gail Tingley, and 32-year old Missy Tingley have been collectively charged with 57 offences. Among the charges are conspiracy to traffic in cocaine, OxyContin, marijuana, contraband tobacco, weapons and firearms, and being members of an organized crime group.

    The case has proven to be a difficult one for police as witnesses have been leery about coming forward to provide evidence. As such, for the first time in New Brunswick, a 2002 amendment to a Section of the Criminal Code of Canada focusing on Organized Crime was utilized. If convicted, sentences will be served consecutively, meaning for each conviction the guilty party will have to serve each individual sentence. This can result in a very lengthy prison sentence depending on the number and scope of the charges. Any property owned that was used in committing the offences is now subject to seizure.

    Rodney Tingley, Michael Tingley, Kevin Tingley and Chris Tingley have been remanded into custody until a bail hearing scheduled for December 17 and 18, 2008 in Moncton Provincial Court. Roger Tingley is currently in hospital and will appear in court at a later date but has been charged. Sharon Tingley, Gail Tingley and Missy Tingley have been released on strict conditions.

    A number of arsons in the area were also part of the police investigation. Although no charges have yet been laid in those cases, further charges and arrests are pending. The RCMP are also asking anyone with any information to contact them or N.B. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) as they continue to gather evidence on this organized crime ring.

     

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  •  12-16-2008, 8:25 PM

    Mini-home drug lab to be destroyed, Lakeville, N.B.

    2008/12/16 
    RCMP Press Release
     
    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Dec1608_135355.html


    Mini-home drug lab to be destroyed, Lakeville, N.B.

    The RCMP with the assistance of Seized Property Management Directorate ( SPMD), will be hauling away a mini-home which was used as a drug lab and having it destroyed on December 17, 2008.

    In 2005, police seized a large amount of cash and various types of drug and drug paraphernalia. Stephane Borean was arrested. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to prison. It was discovered during the investigation that Mr. Borean was using a mini-home in Lakeville, N.B. solely for the purpose of facilitating a commercial scale operation capable of transforming and distributing multi-kilos of cocaine and cannabis resin.

    Earlier this year, the mini-home was ordered to be forfeited by the Court as proceeds of crime. The money seized, almost $259,000.00 Canadian and nearly $9500.00 American was also forfeited as proceeds of crime.

    The mini-home could not be sold due to the condition it was in from being a drug lab so it is being destroyed.
     


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  •  12-23-2008, 4:10 PM

    Press Releases

     
     
     

    RCMP seize counterfeit goods Moncton, N.B.
     

     

     

     2008 12 22

     

    RCMP Press Release

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Dec2208_174657.html

     

    On December 18, 2008, the RCMP New Brunswick Federal Enforcement Section conducted a search at the Nationwide Golf Liquidator Ltd. in Moncton. Simultaneous searches were conducted by the Nova Scotia Federal Enforcement Section of the RCMP at two additional locations of the same business; one in Sydney, and the other in Dartmouth, N.S. On December 12, 2008, a search was also conducted of the Nationwide Golf Liquidator in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

    In all four locations, numerous items of counterfeit clothing were seized, including NFL Reebok jerseys, Cleveland golf hats and visors, and shirts and sweaters in the brand names of Ashworth, Polo by Ralph Lauren, and Cutter & Buck. 

    The police are reminding people that counterfeit goods can often be very difficult to distinguish from the real thing. To assist people the RCMP offers these reminders. People should look to see if the price reasonably reflects the value, if the packaging is properly labeled, if they are familiar with the business selling the goods and if the product quality seems acceptable.

    Anyone with any information regarding the sale of counterfeit goods should contact the "J" Division RCMP Federal Enforcement Section at (506)-851-6183, or N.B. Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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    Bail hearings for men charged with being part of organized crime group, Moncton. N.B.

     

    2008 12 23

    RCMP Press Release

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news/Dec2308_090845.html

     

     

    At 9:30 a.m.on December 22, 2008, Roger Tingley appeared in court for the first time in person since the RCMP arrested him on December 10. Mr. Tingley had been in hospital since that day.

    The judge heard the bail hearing and remanded Mr. Tingley into custody until his trail and plea scheduled for December 30.

    Michael Tingley, Chris Tingley and Rodney Tingley were also present in court. Their bail hearings have been set for December 29 and December 30. Kevin Tingley’s bail hearing is scheduled for December 23 at 1:30 p.m.

     

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    Balmoral man,Daniel Berube , charged with sexual assault against two youths, Campbellton, N.B.

     
    2008 12 23
     
    RCMP Press Release
     
    A Balmoral man faces three charges of sexual assault against two youths.

    45-year old Daniel Berube is scheduled to return to Campbellton Provincial Court on January 5, 2009 to enter a plea.
     
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    At approximately 9:30 last night,(22 Dec.) 4 Codiac Cars responded to a Bomb Threat at the Moncton airport.

    Some weirdo called and said there was one " under a stairwell ".

    Appears none was found.

     

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  •  01-22-2009, 5:16 PM

    Armed Robbery , Moncton, N.B.

    2009 01 22
     
    Codiac RCMP Press Release
     
    Codiac Regional RCMP members responded to a call of an armed robbery at Handi's store located at 65 Cedar Street in Moncton at 10:11 pm on January 21, 2009.

    One man entered with a handgun and demanded money from the clerk,the individual fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of money.
    No one was injured.

    The man is described as in his 20's, slim build,wearing a dark grey hoodie, his face was covered with a headband.

    Anyone with any information is asked to contact Codiac Regional RCMP at # 857-2400 or Crime Stoppers at # 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).
     
     
     
     
     
     

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