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Wolfville Grocery Store Incident Had A Person Smashing Through The Door

Kings District RCMP is asking the public for help locating the person responsible for a Wolfville grocery store incident that took place on April 13. 

According to a police release, the person took a sign from the street and used it to smash through the front door of a grocery store on Main Street in Wolfville. 

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Next, they apparently grabbed a shopping cart and rammed it into the next door that leads into the store. 

Only the first door was damaged and no one was hurt, but police are conducting a mischief investigation.

"Police have identified that the suspect was wearing a trapper's style fur cap, a long dark coat, light brown coloured pants, dark gloves and running shoes," RCMP wrote, asking anyone with information to contact Kings District RCMP at 902-679-5555.

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