Brazen Theft from Cabin

Posted Posted in Unsolved Crimes

$15,000 worth of household goods and appliances were stolen from a cabin on Cabot Highway in Bellevue, NL. The owner lives out of province and upon return, discovered that the cabin had been broken into sometime between August 2019 and August 2021.

Items stolen include:

– Admiral Washer and Dryer

– Moffat Stove

– Masterchef BBQ

– Makita Electric Chain Saw

– Sealy Queen Mattress and Box Spring

– Solid Wood Master Bedroom Suite

– Woodstove

– Many other household items including small kitchen appliances, linens, cleaning supplies and lightbulbs.

The window of when this incident occurred is large, however if you have any information that can help solve this crime please contact the Whitbourne RCMP at (709) 759-2600.

If you wish to remain anonymous #SayItHere call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), click Submit a Tip or download our free & secure app P3Tips.

Electronic tips submitted to Crime Stoppers are encrypted, confidential and completely anonymous.

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Suspicious Activity at Camping Area

Posted Posted in Unsolved Crimes

On October 4th 2021 at 6pm a user of the Jay 1 Pit, along route 230, interrupted a theft in progress. Upon arrival, a quad was seen leaving the area quickly.

There were several trailers that were set up in the area which were broken into. All the external storage boxes were forced open as well.

Over $2000 worth of items were stolen including:

  • Sway Bar
  • Propane stove
  • BBQ (Black and Red)
  • Tanks of Oil
  • Extension cords
  • A tent, no description
  • Trailer Hitch
  • Boots

If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Clarenville RCMP at 709-466-3211.

If you wish to remain anonymous #SayItHere call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), click Submit a Tip or download our free & secure app P3Tips.

Electronic tips submitted to Crime Stoppers are encrypted, confidential and completely anonymous.

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January is Crime Stoppers Month

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers joins its counterparts around the world to celebrate Crime Stoppers Month. This year’s theme, Helping All Communities Stay Safe”, reflects the efforts of Crime Stoppers staff and volunteers to promote safety, empowerment and inclusion.

To recognize the important role of Crime Stoppers in our province, Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers will participate in flag raising events at Confederation Building and the town hall of Grand Falls Windsor throughout January. In addition to these events, Crime Stoppers Month will be celebrated virtually with messages highlighting the initiatives of our volunteers and partners shared on our social media platforms.

In these challenging times, Crime Stoppers will continue to provide residents of Newfoundland and Labrador with a trusted link to investigators for those who wish to report criminal and suspicious activity anonymously.  We invite all of our supporters to celebrate Crime Stoppers month and its importance to the safety of our communities.

For more information about Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers visit nlcrimestoppers.com

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NL Crime Stoppers Gets an Early Christmas Gift!

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The Athletics NorthEast brought some Christmas cheer to the staff and volunteers of Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers this week.

Representatives of the running club brought a donation of $1000 to support the ongoing work of the provincial anonymous tip program.

Thank you Athletics NorthEast for this important contribution to the safety of our communities. Merry Christmas.

Left to right: Rod Pike, Athletics Northeast; Joe Lake, NL Crime Stoppers Board Member; Kathy Ducey, NL Crime Stoppers Coordinator and Thelma Careen, Athletics Northeast.

Thank You Verafin!!

Posted Posted in News

Verafin is the industry leader in Enterprise Financial Crime Management Solutions. Through their charity Veracares, Verafin employees fundraise and volunteer for local organizations.

Ahoora Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Verafin Web Developer and Chelsey Simms, Verafin Graphic Designer kindly donated their time and talents for our new website.

Given our mutual goal to fight crime, their partnership is very much appreciated!

Left to Right: Ahoora Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Verafin Web Developer; Cindy Wadden, Board member; David Taylor, Board Chair.

(Missing: Chelsey Simms, Verafin Graphic Designer)

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers Launches New Website

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers is thrilled to announce the launch of our redesigned website nlcrimestoppers.com.  

With its fresh look, the new website provides visitors with up-to-date information on unsolved crimes, our commitment to protect tipster anonymity and easy access to securely submit a tip. 

“On behalf of the Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers Board of Directors and Coordinators, we thank our amazing partner Verafin,” said David Taylor Chair of Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers. “It is because of their hard work, dedication and continued support that we are proud to launch this new website.”

Verafin is the industry leader in Enterprise Financial Crime Management Solutions. They kindly donated the time and talents of graphic designers and web developers. 

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