At 7:30 a.m. on the 19th of January, 2017, Canada Post Office employees within the Town of Niverville contacted the St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP detachment and reported a Break, Enter and Theft at the Niverville Post Office. Between midnight and 7:00 a.m., unknown suspect(s) pried the rear door of the post office and gained entry. The suspect(s) stole several unknown items, rummaged through numerous mail parcels and discarded other parcels during this incident. St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance with this matter. If you can help identify the suspect(s) or provide any information to assist in this investigation, please contact the St-Pierre-Jolys RCMP Detachment at 204-433-7908 or provide an anonymous tip to Manitoba Crime Stoppers.
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