Shepherd Farm sign stolen in WestminsterStaff Photo | March 07,2013WESTIMINSTER — Police are looking for information regarding a theft at Shepherd Farm in Westminster.
Shepherd Farm employees reported to police on Wednesday that a wooden sign was stolen sometime between Sunday and Tuesday, according to State Trooper Ryan Wood.
The sign was oval shaped and measured 18 by 30 inches. It said “Vermont Shepherd Farm Store” in white lettering and had a sheep carved into it.
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