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RCMP seek to identify man after stolen defibrillator returned to Acadia

Kings District RCMP have released the following image of a man they are looking to identify due to his alleged involvement in the theft of a defibrillator from the Beveridge Arts Centre at Acadia University. The device has since been returned, but police are still seeking to identify this man.
Kings District RCMP have released the following image of a man they are looking to identify due to his alleged involvement in the theft of a defibrillator from the Beveridge Arts Centre at Acadia University. The device has since been returned, but police are still seeking to identify this man. - RCMP file photo

Police looking for public’s assistance in identifying a man captured on camera with device

WOLFVILLE, N.S. —

Kings District RCMP is asking for public assistance in identifying a man they say is involved in the alleged theft of a defibrillator at Acadia University.

Police have released images of a man they allege was involved in the theft of the device from the university’s Beveridge Arts Centre, where the majority of its arts classes are held.

Police say they observed both men on security footage on Feb. 8 carrying the device, which was returned to the university Feb. 14.

An RCMP release states one of the suspects has been identified, and are asking for help identifying the other they describe as having dark skin and wearing dark pants, a black parka-style jacket and ball cap.

Police ask for anyone with information to contact the Kings Detachment at 902-679-5555 or to place an anonymous call with Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

The file number for this incident is 2019184902.

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