Handguns stolen from Wallingford homeMarch 08,2013Handguns, iPods
stolen in burglary
WALLINGFORD — A pair of handguns were stolen Thursday in a burglary at a home on Route 7, Vermont State Police said.
Police were called to the home at 8:40 a.m., when the homeowner reported that a .357 Taurus and a 9-mm Star were taken, along with two iPods and $50 in cash.
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