Mounties looking for leads in lobster larceny

Thieves struck twice over the holiday season to nab that most precious of Nova Scotia booty: lobster. Police say they stole a total of 1,200 pounds of lobster from open pens at pounds in Port Medway, N.S., during the early mornings of Dec. 23 and Jan. 1. RCMP Cpl. Jennifer Clarke noted Friday the thieves made off with a hefty load. “It’s certainly not unusual for us to have lobster theft reported but this is certainly a significant amount,” Clarke said. One pound owner believes his boat was moved during the Dec. 23 theft, leading police to note that a boat may have been used. >click to read<16:11

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