Break-in victims invited to view items recovered by police
NEW HAVEN — Vermont State Police are inviting any Addison County resident who has been the victim of a burglary or theft since 2010 to come to VSP’s Route 7 barracks in New Haven on Oct. 7 to view a cache of stolen property recovered from an Addison home.
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The viewing hours next Monday are set for 10 a.m. until noon and from 5 to 7 p.m.
VSP seized the goods from the home of Raymond Ritchie, 37, of Addison, who is now facing life in prison on 10 felony counts that include burglary, unlawful trespass and cultivation of marijuana.
Because of his seven prior felony convictions, Ritchie faces “enhanced” potential sentences of up to life in prison on many of the new charges, six of which were filed in August and four of which were added on Sept. 25.
According to a Sept. 25 VSP press release, 52 residents have already identified and reclaimed property allegedly found at Ritchie’s Addison home, and the total value of those items was $10,261.
VSP said they believe a large amount of other property recovered from his home was also stolen, and hope to return as much of it as possible as well as learn of more possible criminal activity.
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