Police looking for pumpkin pilfererOctober 23,2013Police looking for
NEW HAVEN— An Addison County farmer wants to know who made off with his pumpkins — an offense that brings to mind another holiday villain: The Grinch.
Scott Stone of New Haven found out Monday someone had taken his pumpkins and broke into the cash box at his farm stand. It wasn’t immediately known how many pumpkins or how much cash was taken.
Vermont State Police said a hatchback-type station wagon was seen on camera at the time of the theft.
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