**** RCMP Media Release
RCMP launch tip line for the incidents on April 18 and 19
The Nova Scotia RCMP Major Crime Unit has launched a tip line to collect information about the incidents on April 18 and 19.
“We’re looking for any information that could help with the investigation,” says Supt. Darren Campbell, Officer in Charge of Support Services for the Nova Scotia RCMP. “Anything you know – no matter how small or insignificant it might seem – could help us piece the puzzle together.”
The tip line can be reached at 902-720-5959 or toll-free at 1-833-570-0121. Police officers are answering both numbers. When you call, you may get voicemail, so please leave a detailed message along with your name and contact information. An investigator will get back to you. In order to gather and process the information as quickly as possible, we are asking people to use the tip line as their only point of contact to report information about the incidents.
The tip line was launched yesterday and announced at a news briefing to media. We’ve already gotten many tips and we thank the public for taking the time to reach out.
Remember: if you know something, please call and let our investigators decide the value of that information. That piece of information you have may be a turning point in the investigation.