• Police seek information on cart theft
     | April 25,2014

    WATERBURY — Vermont State Police are looking for information about the theft of a golf cart in Waterbury.

    State police say they were contacted Thursday by the Blush Hill Country Club in Waterbury about vandalism that occurred at the golf course, as well as the cart theft. Details about the vandalism weren’t released.

    State police say the total amount in damage to the course is unknown, but the cart is valued at around $2,000. Several people were captured on a camera at the golf course around 2 a.m. Thursday, police say.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper Darryl Cremo at 229-9191.

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