Theft of $30K RV foiled
Concerned citizen tipped off RCMP to suspicious vehicle at RV business
Two Nova Scotia men have been charged with break and enter and theft after allegedly attempting to steal a travel-trailer worth more than $30,000 from a recreational vehicle business in Salisbury.
The men, who are both 47 years old and from Pictou, are also facing charges of possession of a break-in instrument, RCMP Cpl. Dan. Poirier stated in a news release.
Police were called to the RV business on Silver Fox Drive about 10 p.m. on Tuesday after a concerned citizen noticed a suspicious vehicle in the area.
When officers arrived, they found the suspicious vehicle hooked up to a travel trailer, but managed to stop the vehicle from leaving and arrested two suspects without incident.
The accused, who appeared in Moncton provincial court on Wednesday, are scheduled to return to court on Thursday for bail hearings.