Vt. home burglaries targeted change jarsSeptember 12,2013Home burglars target change jars
RANDOLPH — Vermont State Police are investigating a string of residential burglaries in which the main items targeted were change jars.
Police said some jewelry and small electronics also were taken from the homes in Randolph, Braintree and Brookfield along routes 12A, 66 and 14. The burglaries were reported Tuesday.
Police are asking if anyone has witnessed any suspicious activity or vehicles in the area to contact them.MORE IN This Just InA Bennington man incarcerated in the Rutland jail is accused of attacking another inmate as he... Full Story
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