RCMP investigate alleged assault on TCH
RCMP are looking for information about an incident on the TCH last week where a man is alleged to have been seen assaulting a woman.
RCMP Holyrood are continuing their investigation into an assault alleged to have taken place on the Trans Canada Highway last Monday Nov. 9.
Sgt. Mike Ouellette of Holyrood Detachment said passers by advised police that a male was seen striking and chasing a female, while outside a small red cavalier stopped in the eastbound lane near Butter Pot Park and by Soldiers Pond.
Police investigation to date has not received any information that can identify the vehicle, the accused or the victim.
Sgt. Ouellette said police have learned two cement trucks were also in the area at the time of the alleged assault and that one of these trucks had been stopped at the time. Police are endeavouring to locate the operators of these vehicles to see if they can assist in this investigation.
Police are asking for the assistance of the public. Should the public have any information on this or any other crimes, they are encouraged to contact any detachment of the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
Speed Way damaged
RCMP Holyrood Detachment are investigation damage to property at the Avalon Speed Way that occurred over night last Thursday, Nov. 12.
Culprits tore down a cable blocking the entrance, over turned a ticket booth and broke out several windows to the building.
The police investigation is continuing and anyone with information on this or any other crime are encouraged to help police and their community by reporting it to any detachment of the RCMP or to Crime Stoppers.
Break-in at Legion
RCMP Bell Island Detachment are investigating a break enter and theft into the Royal Canadian Legion that occurred in the early morning hours of Thursday, Nov. 12.
Culprits illegally entered the Legion and removed an ATM machine. It is unknown at this time what if any cash was taken.
The police investigation is continuing. Persons with information on this or any other crime are encouraged to help police and their community by calling any Detachment of the RCMP or Crime Stoppers.