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Three face charges after alleged shoplifting in Windsor, N.S.

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Three people are facing multiple charges after alleged shoplifting in Windsor, N.S.

Just after 10 a.m. on Feb. 7, West Hants RCMP responded to a call about alleged shoplifting, according to a Tuesday news release.

Officers located and pulled over the suspect vehicle and arrested the three occupants.

Police say the vehicle was reported stolen and was involved in a theft of gas earlier in the day on Wentworth Road.

One of the occupants was wanted on a provincewide arrest warrant, police say.

Police searched the vehicle and seized 10 bottles of vodka.

Andrew Bowie, 39, from Falmouth, along with 34-year-old Muriel Polley from Halifax and 51-year-old William Walsh, face charges of:

  • possession of property obtained by crime over $5000.00
  • possession of property obtained by crime equal or under $5000.00

Bowie was also charged with:

  • two counts of theft
  • failing to comply with a probation order

All three people were released on conditions and will appear in court on April 30.

For more Nova Scotia news visit our dedicated provincial page.

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