Monkton hit by rash of thefts

MONKTON — Vermont State Police are investigating a rash of thefts across two counties in the early hours of Jan. 13 that targeted both homes and vehicles.
Police believe the three burglaries and five larcenies that occurred in the towns of Charlotte and Monkton are related.
The thefts in Monkton occurred on Pond Road, Boro Hill Road, Parks Hulburt Road and Old Stage Road. The Charlotte burglary took place on Prindle Road. An unknown number of thieves stole change from unlocked cars, a Sirius satellite radio, a child’s school bag and multiple 5-gallon cans of fuel, police said.
Two of the 5-gallon cans were recovered by police in a wooded area on Pond Road in Monkton.
Vermont State Police urge residents to lock their vehicles and homes to prevent such thefts. Anyone with information on any of these incidents is asked to call the New Haven (388-4949) or Williston (878-7111) state police barracks. Information can also be submitted anonymously at www.vtips.info or by texting “CRIMES” to keyword “VTIPS.”

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