Charges laid after RCMP searches homes and recovers stolen property

Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia – On October 21, following a three-week investigation, the South Shore Integrated Street Crime Enforcement Unit and the Annapolis County Street Crime Enforcement Unit searched a home on The Point Road in Blue Rocks, Lunenburg County. Two kayaks that had been stolen from Annapolis County within the last month were recovered.

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The investigation then led to the search of a home on Northwind Road in Pleasantville, Lunenburg County on October 25. A significant quantity of property stolen from both Annapolis and Lunenburg Counties over the last month was recovered. The property included three more kayaks, two surfboards, antique advertisement signs, a gas powered generator and various road signs belonging to Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. The total value of the recovered property is estimated at just over $5000.00.

The recovered property was traced back to two separate theft occurrences in Annapolis County as well as a break, enter and theft in First Peninsula and a theft that occurred in Blue Rocks, both in Lunenburg County, and occurred within the previous three weeks.

Scott Douglas COMEAU, 60, of Pleasantville, Lunenburg Co. was arrested during the search and is currently charged with the following offences:

  • Break, Enter & Theft
  • Theft under $5000.00
  • Possession of Property Obtained by Crime (5 counts)

COMEAU was held in custody and appeared in Bridgewater Provincial Court on October 26th, 2016 at 1:30PM. He is scheduled to return to court on November 2.

Lunenburg District RCMP


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