KINGS COUNTY - Kings District RCMP has reported a rash of break and enters and thefts that occured between Nov. 24 and 27 in communities across the county.
Police received three calls about thefts from properties in Centreville, North Alton and the Village of Kingston on Nov. 25. In two cases, outdoor structures were broken into and the third theft was from a home. Items stolen included tools, furniture and recreation equipment.
On the same day RCMP also responded to a call about an attempted theft of a barbecue from Greenwood.
Nov. 27 police investigated a theft of copper piping in Upper Canard and theft of a vehicle in Wolfville.
During the same reporting period police were also alerted to a total of four "gas and go’ thefts from service stations in Greenwich, New Minas and Greenwood.
These incidents follow four break-ins that occurred at Wolfville-area residences in the early morning hours of Nov. 24. Cash, jewelry and some personal documents were reported stolen.
Police are asking the public for any information about the suspect in the Wolfville thefts, described as a clean-shaven Caucasian man in his early 20s who was wearing a black hoodie and sweatpants.
Any information about these crimes can be shared with the RCMP by calling (902) 679-5555 or anonymously with Crime Stoppers anytime at 1-800-22-TIPS (8477) or online.