Authorities investigating burglaries throughout the county
-- The Windham County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a burglary of a residence on Brookline Road on April 9. According to police, "numerous items were taken from the residence." Anyone with information is asked to call 802-365-4942.
-- The State Police are investigating a burglary at a home on Diers Road which took place during the daytime on April 15.
According to police, "entry was forced and items were stolen from the home."
Anyone with information is asked to call 802-254-2382 ext. 566.
-- On April 7, the Windham County Sheriff’s Department was called to a home on Golden Wood Road to investigate the theft of a metal fire pit from the yard. Anyone with information is asked to call 802-365-4942.
-- State Police are investigating a reported case of burglary and theft of copper from a residence on Oak Street.
Following an investigation, police believe that unknown subjects gained entry into an old train caboose that had been converted into a residence. Once inside the house, copper piping was stolen.
Since this is not a full-time home, and the owner lives in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., the exact date and time of the crimes is unclear.
Police believe the burglary took place sometime in the past six months.
Anyone will information is asked to contact the Trooper Brain Berry with the Vermont State Police at 802-875-2212.
-- The State Police are investigating a burglary at a home on Fay Boyden Road.
On April 15, at about 4:30 p.m., police were called to the home and discovered a window had been smashed so that a door could be unlocked and opened. Approximately $100 in copper was stolen from the home.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper Hashim at 802-254-2382.
-- The State Police are investigating a burglary which took place at 3091 Vermont Route 121. It is unknown what was taken.
Anyone with information is asked to call 802-875-2112.
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