Have you ever seen low-life thief holding a chainsaw currently?
Nova Scotia Energy is asking the general public to be looking out for anybody attempting to promote gear stolen from out-of-province crews serving to to revive energy after the area as slammed by post-tropical storm Dorian.
“So that is actually disappointing,” the utility posted on Fb on Tuesday afternoon.
“Gear was stolen from locked E. Holland and Ok-Line vans that had been parked at motels in Halifax (Kearney Lake space), Dartmouth (Burnside Industrial Park) and Bedford (Bedford Freeway), in addition to in Stellarton, whereas crews from New Brunswick and Ontario received some much-needed sleep.”
The NSP publish included pictures of kit much like what was pilfered — Stihl chainsaws and Milwaukee drill kits and requested that if “you see somebody attempting to promote this gear, please name police.”
Dorian did not deliver out one of the best in everybody, some report property, gas thefts
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