• Weapons reported stolen in Tunbridge
    November 03,2012
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    TUNBRIDGE — Three rifles and a shotgun were stolen from a Tunbridge residence, according to police.

    The home of Nelson Whitney, 54, on Monarch Hill Road was broken into on Sept. 30, Vermont State Police Trooper Gary Salvatore said. The thieves pried open a back door and stole the three rifles and shotgun.

    State police are investigating the burglary and urge residents to look out for suspicious activity. Anyone with information is asked to call Salvatore at 234-9933.
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