Police probe sugaring theftMarch 09,2013WILLISTON — Vermont police are investigating the theft of more than $7,000 in maple sugaring equipment in Williston.
Williston police say between November and mid-December of 2012, a $4,000 vacuum pump, a filter press and other equipment was taken from a sugar house on South Road.
Police said Friday that a $500 reward is being offered for information leading to the recovery of the items.MORE IN This Just InA Vermont State police dive team, supported by ground search teams and a US Border Protection... Full Story
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