Police urge caution at Lake Dunmore after needles found on shoreStaff Report | July 19,2013SALISBURY - Vermont State Police are warning visitors to Lake Dunmore to use caution after a dozen hypodermic needles were found on a private shoreline of the lake Friday.
As a public service announcement, police are warning swimmers, residents and boaters on the lake to use caution.
Anyone with information about where the needles came from is asked to call state police at 388-4919.
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