Nova Scotia man wanted on province-wide warrant: RCMP

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Halifax RCMP have obtained a warrant for the arrest of a 31-year-old man charged with multiple offences.

Police say that William (Randy) McAllister of Dartmouth faces the charges in relation to an incident on Sept. 30, in Westphal, N.S.

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The Mounties say McAllister was arrested and charged after allegedly breaking into a business. Police subsequently seized a quantity of cocaine.

McAllister faces charges of possession of a controlled substance, break and enter and two counts of breach of probation

An undated photo of William (Randy) McAllister.
An undated photo of William (Randy) McAllister. RCMP

A warrant was issued for his arrest on Oct. 30.

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McAllister is described as five feet eight inches tall and 121 pounds. He has light brown hair and blue eyes.

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Anyone with information about McAllister’s location is asked to call police at 902-490-5020 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

The Mounties say members of the public should not approach McAllister if he is located.

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