Ultramar co-owner Wendy Alder
The controversial and possibly high priced concept of putting video clip surveillance digital digital cameras on Sackville roads came up for conversation at Tuesday’s city council conference after a company owner urged councillors to think about setting up digital digital cameras on all roadways leading away from city.
The RCMP have asked to see surveillance footage from her business three times as they investigated the thefts of a wood splitter and dump trailer as well as damage to a motel room during the public question period, Wendy Alder, co-owner of the Ultramar gas station on Cattail Ridge, said that in the last two months.
вЂњThere was additionally two other situations final December where there had been a break-in on our corner as well вЂ” well, the Glowing Embers вЂ” and once again, we utilized our movie system to greatly help to resolve that,вЂќ Alder told council.
She additionally pointed out that the people who own a vehicle taken on Queen’s path wished to see if that vehicle had driven beyond the Ultramar, but because it proved, the taken vehicle had Dorchester.
Alder stated that inside her viewpoint, the authorities could gain valuable information to help re re solve crimes if the city installed cameras on tracks leading away from Sackville including both Trans Canada highway exits, Queen’s Road and perhaps King Street.
Deputy Mayor Ron Aiken, whom chaired Tuesday’s council conference, reacted that whenever the town considered installing surveillance cameras years that are several, it turned into quite complicated and costly.