The following is a sampling of calls to Montpelier police in recent days:

April 29

Property was found on Barre Street and State Street.

Medication was reported stolen on Barre Street.

Property was found on Elm Street.

A piece of art was vandalized on Main Street.

April 30

Vandalism and a theft were reported on Main Street.

A vermin permit was issued to a property owner on Barre Street for woodchucks.

Items were stolen from a building on Elm Street.

Someone was threatened on Barre Street.

A cellphone was found on River Street and returned to its owner.

May 1

Property was lost or found on Main Street.

A vehicle was damaged by a piece of lumber on Langdon Street.

There was a suspicious person on Pitkin Court.

May 2

Someone was harassed on Main Street.

There was a suspicious vehicle on Memorial Drive.

Someone was assaulted on State Street.

May 3

A suspicious person was reported on Main Street.

On Elm Street, a young child was walking alone.

A dog was lost on Redstone Avenue.

There was a suspicious event on State Street. No further information was provided.

May 4

Property was lost downtown.

An ATM card was found on Main Street and returned to its owner.

Items were stolen from a vehicle on State Street.

There was a suspicious event on Gould Hill Road. No further information was provided.

Property was found on Main Street.

A report about multiple white pills scattered on a sidewalk on East State Street turned out to be breath mints.

May 5

A dog was running loose on East State Street.

Property was lost on River Street.

Items were stolen on Kemp Avenue.

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