• Police probe theft of bull calf
    March 05,2013
     

    BRIGHTON Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of a 300-pound bull calf from a farm in Brighton.

    Police say there have been a number of cattle thefts in the region and investigators have a number of suspects.

    In the most recent case, the calf was stolen from the farm of Douglas and Marilyn Maxwell on Route 114 between Tuesday and Thursday of last week.

    A vehicle was seen in the area around midnight last Tuesday.

    Police are asking anyone who might have bought a red and white Hereford calf or has information about the case to call the state police.

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