Iqaluit public health building robbed again
RCMP are investigating a series of break-ins at the public health building in Iqaluit. It's the third robbery this year at the building near the airport.
In the latest break-in Tuesday, thieves took thousands of dollars in personal items and electronics, including a laptop and Inuit carvings.
"One item that might stand out if seen by any member of the public is a one-foot high inuksuk." said Cpl. Yvonne Niego of the RCMP. "Smooth on one side, rough on the other."
No drugs were taken, except Tylenol, but the thieves also left the fridge open, which destroyed more than $2,000 worth of vaccines.
The department of health is looking into tighter security measures for the building.
The police are asking anyone with any information related to the incident to contact them.