Rash of home break-ins related: RCMP

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Mounties advise public to keep large amounts of cash, jewelry secured

RCMP members say a number of break and enters in Queens and Kings counties occurring since July are related.

RCMP in Kings and Queens County say a rash of esidential break and enters into homes since July are related.

These break and enters are occurring throughout both counties in both urban and rural areas.

Homes have been broken into when homeowners are not at home and the focus has been on cash and jewelry.

"Please exercise due diligence in making sure your home is secure at all hours of the day," states a news release from RCMP, which advises "no large amounts of cash are kept in your residence; expensive personal belongings such as jewelry are secured.

Police are also asking the public to be alert and report any suspicious activity immediately.

Police continue to investigate these break and enters and ask the public to call the local detachment with information or call Crime Stoppers toll-free 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or to submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.pe.ca

Organizations: RCMP, Crime Stoppers

Geographic location: Kings, Queens

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  • Sylvia
    September 18, 2012 - 13:24

    We went to cemetery this a.m. to get my dad's and uncle's gravesites ready for Remembrance Day as they were both WW1 veterans. My husband made crosses for both graves and someone stole my uncle's cross. Because it was made out of metal, I think that would be the reason. I'm feeling rather heartsick and disgusted that anyone could do such a rotten thing. I can understand how these homeowners must beel because many years ago my home was broken into and many valuable items were stolen.