Snowmobiles stolen from local businesses found at Charleston home

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CHARLESTON — A man has been cited for possession of stolen property after Vermont State Police found two stolen snowmobiles at his residence.

On Monday, troopers responded to a report that a snowmobile matching the description of one stolen from Walt’s Sales and Service on March 19 was located at a residence on Dane Hill Road in Charleston.

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Upon arrival, they confirmed that the snowmobile was indeed stolen and found a second snowmobile, a black 2020 Ski-doo Renegade XRS, that had been reported stolen from the Cow Palace in Derby on March 18.

Both snowmobiles were seized and returned to their owners.

The accused, Dane Kross, 38, of Charleston, was issued a citation to appear in Orleans Criminal Court on April 18 to answer to the charge of possession of stolen property.

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It is still unknown who stole the snowmobiles in both cases.

The Vermont State Police Derby barracks is encouraging anyone with information to contact them at 802-334-8881.

The Vermont State Police Derby barracks thanked the public for their assistance in locating the stolen snowmobiles.

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