Police investigating break and enter at Bridgewater gas station

by Brittany Wentzell

  • <p>BRITTANY WENTZELL PHOTO</p><p>Bridgewater Police Services on the scene of an alleged break and enter at the Petro Canada on North Street in Bridgewater.</p>

This story has been updated.

Bridgewater Police Services are investigating an alleged break and enter at a gas station in Bridgewater.

Police received a call at 7:05 a.m. on September 4 after a break-in was discovered at the Petro Canada on North Street in Bridgewater.

"Upon arrival it was determined that someone had forced their way into the location," said Matt Bennett, a constable with the Bridgewater Police Services.

Bennett says a person on the scene made the call and that police were not notified via an alarm.

Police determined an amount of cigarettes and money was taken from the establishment, though Bennett did not disclose how much.

Police services dog Davis was also deployed as a part of the investigation.

Bennett says the investigation is still in its preliminary stages and they are looking for witnesses that may have seen something. Those who would like to come forward can contact the Bridgewater Police Services or Crime Stoppers.

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