'I was very angry:' Tools, food among items stolen in break-in at Oromocto food bank
Someone broke into three storage units behind the Oromocto Food Bank and stole food, tools and supplies. The break-in happened late Thursday or early Friday.Food, tools and household supplies have been stolen from the food bank in Oromocto, N.B.
Provincial police in North Grenville have issued an all-points bulletin for a stolen fast-food trailer.
The vehicle — plain white with signs advertising Fat Albert’s pizza, subs, salads and drinks — disappeared “sometime during the day” Monday from the owner’s property.
Const. Annie Collins said police had had at least one sighting of the stolen trailer.
“We believe it was headed south on Highway 416, possibly towards Brockville.”
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Collins said the trailer was valued at less than $20,000.
“Let’s find this trailer!” the OPP urged.
North Grenville is 66 kilometres south of Ottawa.
Anyone spotting the food trailer is asked to contact OPP communications at 1-888-310-1122.
Can you help— OPP East (@OPP_ER) ? This trailer was stolen on Jan 6th, sometime during the day from North Grenville, Ontario. Let’s find this trailer! Anyone with information is asked to contact at 1-888-310-1122 ^ac
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