Police investigate vehicle theftsSeptember 02,2013Police investigate
FERRISBURGH — Police are investigating several automobile thefts that occurred in the past few days.
Between Thursday and Sunday, three vehicles were stolen in Addison County, with two in Ferrisburgh and a third in New Haven. In one incident, police responded to a Ferrisburgh residence where one vehicle had been stolen and a different stolen vehicle had been left behind.
Police have recovered two automobiles and are looking for the third. Anyone with information is asked to call the Vermont State Police barracks in New Haven at 388-4919.MORE IN This Just InRUTLAND — In an expansion of its newly installed exhibition technology, the Paramount Theatre... Full Story
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