Nova Scotia

Halifax police arrow discovery prompts search for owner

Are you missing a set of unique arrows? If so, Halifax police have them and want to find their rightful owner.

Arrows found in stolen SUV that was recovered July 13

Police say the arrows didn't belong to the vehicle’s owner. (Contributed by Halifax Regional Police)

Are you missing a set of unique arrows? If so, Halifax police have them and want to find their rightful owner.

The arrows were found by police in a stolen SUV that officers tried to stop on July 13 near Dentith and Herring Cove Roads in Halifax.

The vehicle was followed to Sharleen Court where four youths got out and ran into nearby woods. Two boys were taken into custody, but later released without charges. 

The arrows were found inside the SUV, in a case, but they did not belong to the vehicle's owner.

In order to claim the arrows, police say the person must be able to specify any distinctive features on them.

Anyone with information can contact Halifax police at 902-490-5016.

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