Shortly before midnight on Thanksgiving the Vermont State Police received a call of a reported robbery at the Sunoco, located at 2536 US Route 5 in Dummerston. It was reported, that a male subject entered the store wearing a ski mask and blue jacket, carrying a pipe wrench. The Subject demanded the employee to give him the money from the register, the male took approximately $300.00 and left the store on foot in an unknown direction. Bellows Falls PD K-9 team assisted at the scene. The investigation is still ongoing. If anyone has any information, please contact the Vermont State Police, Westminster Barracks. At 802 722-4600 ext 518 Ref Case # 16D003884.
Is there a serial cigarette burglar in Vermont? Vermont State Police are seeking information on the person who burglarized the Sandri Sunaco Station on Rockingham Road in Rockingham. Police said they responded to the burglary alarm shortly after 4:00 am and found the glass front door smashed. According to the manager the suspect took 14 cartoons of Marlboro and Newport cigarettes.
A similar burglary occurred, on Sept 16 when the Sunaco Station off I-91 exit 6 in Rockingham was burglarized just after 4:30 am and took numerous cartons of Marlboro and Newport Cigarettes.
Police did not say if the cases were related but anyone having information can call Tpr. Nader Hashim at 802-254-2382
Since October 5, 2016 the Claremont Police Department has been investigating two commercial burglaries that occurred during the late evening of October 4th and/or early morning of October 5th_ These two commercial burglaries were previously the subject of a press release. The two business were T-Bird Mini Mart on Charlestown Road and the Head Start Preschool on Charlestown Road. On October 26th the Claremont Police Department responded to a report of a commercial burglary at Howe Motors on Charlestown Road. Based on the ongoing investigations of these burglaries, the Claremont Police Department began to monitor Marro Home Center. On November 8 2016 shortly after 1:30 am officers discovered a burglary in progress at Marro Home Center. Found in the building was Mark Perry 37, of Claremont.
Mr. Perry was ultimately arrested for burglary (Marro Home Center). He was arraigned in the 5th Circuit Court, Claremont District Division on November 9, 2016 at which time a plea of not guilty was entered . Bail was set in the amount of $5,000 cash only.
On today’s date a search warrant was executed at 112 Charlestown Road, Apartment #4 as part of the investigation into the burglaries noted above. As a result of the search warrant and the ongoing investigation Justin Daisy 25, Claremont, NH was arrested on two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary (Howe Motors and Marro Home Center) and one count of possession of a stolen firearm. Daisy will be arraigned in the 5th Circuit Court, Claremont District Division on November 11, 2016.
The investigations are ongoing and Mr. Perry is likely to face additional charges.
Vermont State Police are investigating two burglaries that happened early Thursday morning in Newfane Vermont. Police say an unknown male entered the WW Building Supply between 3 and 3:30 am through a window. According to a passerby who saw the man fleeing the building the male was dressed in dark clothing and wearing a hoodie. The second break-in occurred at the United States Post Office in the Village of Newfane. Police say an unknown male forced entry into the building sometime between 2:30-4:30 am. According to a USPS employee the unknown male was dressed in dark clothing and wearing a hoodie who fled the building through a window just after 4:30 a.m. The investigations are ongoing and anyone with information on either incident should call the Westminster Barracks at 802-722-7600.
Ludlow VT Police are seeking the public’s help for information on recent burglaries in the area. Police say since Sept 1, several businesses have been burglarized including thefts of safes and cash although they have made one arrest police are actively pursuing other leads.
They are asking residents and businesses to be vigilant in securing their property and ensure alarms and surveillance video systems are in proper working order. Also, if anyone has information on the burglaries, or if you see suspicious activity, Ludlow police ask that you call the Duty Officer at 802-228-4411.
A Lebanon man was arrested on three counts of Burglary just after 4:30 am on Thursday. Lebanon Police Officers responded to TBW Automotive on Mechanic Street for a report that the front door had been smashed in. A subsequent investigation determined that a subject had entered the business in an attempted burglary. Later that morning, Country Woolens and Dairy Twirl, both on Mechanic Street, reported they had been burglarized.
Lebanon Police Patrol Officers and Detectives were able to obtain video surveillance from the businesses and identified the suspect as William Burr, age 44, of Lebanon, New Hampshire. Burr was arrested for three felony counts of Burglary and one felony count of Possession of the Controlled Drug Heroin.
Burr was held on $5,000 cash bail at the Grafton County House of Corrections pending his arraignment on October 14, 2016.
Case # 16SF05925 On September 29, 2016 there was a reported break in at Black River Kwik Stop located at River Street. There was damage to the building where entry was made. Items were taken out of the store. Under Investigation
There have been several other Burglaries that have occurred in nearby towns. Anyone with any information about these incidents can contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.
Just a reminder that if you see anything that is suspicious please report it to your local Law Enforcement Authorities.
The Washington NH Police Department is investigating a break in at a local unoccupied residence. We are looking for a suspect that may be in possession of a large tote bag with the logo of the NH Cremation Society on the bag.
If you notice anyone with this bag please notify the police department at 495-3233 or email@example.com. If the bag is seen in a motor vehicle, please note the license plate and contact the police department.
Pictures of someone possessing the bag, or a vehicle it is in are legal as long as it is in a public place, and the photo taker is in a location they are allowed to be. Caution should be used whenever in the presence of a potential criminal suspect or vehicle.
Claremont Police are investigating two burglaries that may be related. Police say just before 3 am on Wed, someone smashed a glass entry door at the T-Bird Mini Mart on Charlestown Road and stole assorted cartons of cigarettes. The suspects were only in the store for a short time, but were captured on surveillance tape and police believe they headed north.
Later that morning police answered a burglary call at Head Start located on Charlestown Road and Kinney place. Someone had forced their way into the building, sometime between the night and morning hours and rummaged through the offices. It is believed a small amount of cash was stolen.
Police believe because of the close proximity of the burglaries that they are possibly related. Anyone who may have information about either of these incidents is encouraged to call the Claremont Police Department at 603-542-9538.
Two VT men confessed on Wednesday to a burglary at Putney Central School last week. Police say Lucien Rosenbloom 19 of Putney and Noah Morse 18 of Hartland turned themselves in to State Police after public outcry on social media and seeing their photos on surveillance tape.
According to their confessions they were drinking alcoholic beverages and hanging out in the area of the school on Friday night and noticed an open window at the school. Initially the men were just going to look around but once inside they saw several guitars, MacBook computers, amplifiers, and some tools, which they took to a local residence. Rosenbloom and Morse turned over a significant amount of stolen property to the police. Both were released, on conditions of release set by the court, with citations to appear in Windham Superior Court-Criminal Division on 10/11/16 to face the charge of Burglary.