Police seek information on Whiting breakinJune 19,2013Police investigate
theft of chainsaws
WHITING — Vermont State Police are investigating a burglary at a home on Murray Road where a pair of chainsaws were stolen Tuesday.
Two chainsaws worth a total of $590 were stolen and about $400 worth of vandalism was done to the home and adjoining barn during the incident, police said.
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