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Media Releases

Police arrest man, investigating multiple break and enters

April 8, 2019

A 41-year-old Eskasoni man is scheduled to appear in Sydney Provincial Court today as part of an ongoing investigation into a number of break and enters.

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Police still looking for Micheal Steele  

April 2, 2019

Cape Breton Regional Police continue to seek assistance from the public in efforts to locate 39-year-old Micheal Gerald Steele of Sydney.  

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Woman charged for attempted robbery 

April 1, 2019 

A 25-year-old woman from Sydney is scheduled to appear in Sydney Provincial Court today after allegedly trying to steal money from a customer outside the Scotiabank on Charlotte Street. 

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Police locate man lost in woods

February 13, 2019 

At approximately 10:12 am Cape Breton Regional Police Service Dispatch received a call from a 22 year old male who had become lost in a wooded area near Ducker Lake, which is located between Hills Road and Dutch Brook.

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Donkin man faces drug charges

February 13, 2019

A 39-year-old Donkin man will appear in Sydney Provincial Court today for drug possession and trafficking after Cape Breton Regional Police searched a South Street residence Tuesday evening.

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 Police investigating suspicious fire at Chant’s Funeral Home

February 4, 2019

Cape Breton Regional Police are investigating the weekend fire at Chant’s Funeral Home. Police were originally called at approximately 8:00 PM on Saturday, February 2nd, to assist with traffic control near the scene of the fire on Alexandra Street in Sydney. The building was vacant at the time and no injuries were reported.

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