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Nearly $50,000 worth of tires stolen from store in Lower Truro: RCMP

The snow tire symbol (center) is put on tires that meet snow traction performance requirements.
The tires that were stolen were mostly winter truck tires, police say. Taryn Snell / Global News

Colchester RCMP responded on August 2 to a complaint of theft of nearly $50,000 of tires stolen from a store on Robie Street in Lower Truro.

Police said the theft occurred during the overnight hours between August 1 and August 2.

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The tires that were stolen were mostly winter truck tires, with three kayaks and two stand-up-paddle boards stolen as well.

Investigation has determined a moving-style truck approached the fenced-in area in the early morning hours, and was there for approximately an hour.

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Police said the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone who has information about this incident is asked to contact the RCMP at 902-893-6820 or call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers.

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