• Cars stolen from Braintree, Randoplh
    December 06,2012
     

    BARRE Vermont State Police say two vehicles were stolen in Central Vermont sometime Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

    Norman Illsley, 64, of Braintree, reported his red 2003 Chevrolet truck stolen from his driveway. Tanya Frazier, 44, of Randolph, also reported her black 2011 Dodge Avenger stolen from her driveway.

    The Avenger was later recovered in Barre City with minor damage.

    State police remind drivers to remove their keys, lock their vehicles and take any valuables with them.

    Anyone with information about the stolen vehicles is asked to contact the Royalton barracks at 802-234-9933.

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