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More than 600 kg of stolen copper s at the Churchill Falls hydroelectric dam

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The stolen sections of cable were intended for recycling.

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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is investigating a copper theft from the Churchill Falls hydroelectric facility in Labrador.

Someone stole approximately 635 kilograms of copper (1,400 pounds) with a street value of $2,500, police estimate.

These are old sections of cable, with a diameter of approximately 10 centimeters, which were intended for recycling, according to Hydro Newfoundland and Labrador which manages Churchill Falls.

The thieves acted at some point during the afternoon or evening of December 8 (after 2 p.m.) or during the morning of December 9 (before 10 a.m.), depending on the font.

Police are asking anyone who has information on this subject or a video recording made in the area during this period to contact them at 709 925-3524.

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People can also contact the anonymous Crime Stoppers service at 1-800-222-8477 or through website of this organization.

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