Somebody stole three bee hives from a Norfolk County nursery


Someone stole 3 bee hives from a Norfolk County nursery

Norfolk OPP on lookout for bee hives

Norfolk County OPP say the hives had been stolen from the St. Williams Nursery and Ecology Centre. Officers answered the decision Wednesday round 10:03 a.m.

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He phoned Ontario Provincial Police and was shocked to listen to they put out a information launch concerning the theft. Norfolk OPP says an investigation is ongoing and anybody with data ought to name 1-888-310-1122 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or

Police had been referred to as to St Williams Nursery and Ecology Centre on Forestry Farm Street round 10:03 a.m., Wednesday a couple of theft.

Via the course of the investigation, it was decided that between September 26 and Wednesday, somebody eliminated three mating bee hives from the property.

Vipond is the native seed co-ordinator; the hives have been a interest the previous 4 years. The bees assist pollinate their pollinator crops and he offered honey on the aspect on the nursery.

 The OPP are persevering with to analyze and are looking for the publics help. If anybody has any data, they’re being requested to contact the Norfolk County OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122.

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