Break and enter repeated on same house
Trinity Conception District RCMP continue to investigate several break and enters into the same home on Oates Place in Carbonear.
The residence was broken into March 8 and March 10.
RCMP say at about 3 p.m. March 19 two young males were seen running away from the house.
“ These two males were described to be between 5'7" and 6', and both were wearing navy blue hoodies,” said Cst. Michael Collins.“The males were seen running in yards along Bunker’s Hill and Connolly’s Hill towards the Anglican Church. One was later seen riding a BMX bike, while the other was running. One male was wearing a grey knapsack,” the constable said.
RCMP are asking anyone with information on the crime to con- tact Trinity Conception RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-2228477.
RCMP Holyrood locate
two ice fishers
RCMP Holyrood issued a caution to outdoor enthusiasts last week after two men went missing during an ice fishing trip.
The two 62-year-olds left their homes at about 7 a.m. March 16 for a fishing trip in the Brigus Junction area.
The men, who were travelling the area on three-wheel ATVs advised they would stay at a cabin overnight, returning noon the following day.
When they were not heard from at the expected time, RCMP were notified and the Central Avalon Ground Search and Rescue Team, RCMP Police Dog Services were activated and EMO engaged helicopter support.
“At approximately 1:10 p.m. local volunteers searching the area located the two men. They were safe and sound,” said RCMP Cpl. Joe Sobol, March 18.
“RCMP would again like to remind those on outdoor excursions that it is very important to file a travel plan together with instructions as to what to do when you do not return,” he cautioned.
“The ground search and rescue teams in the province are comprised of volunteers, and the RCMP and EMO can use up valuable resources which may be needed in a real emergency,” he said.