Retail theft in Ferrisburgh, police looking to identify suspect

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FERRISBURGH – The Vermont State Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a female suspect in a retail theft incident that occurred at Ferrisburgh Short Stop.

On April 14, troopers with the New Haven Barracks responded to a report of retail theft at the gas station.

According to staff, a woman entered the store and took a hoodie off the shelf and put it on.

She then placed several items inside the hoodie while exiting without paying for the items.

An employee followed the unidentified female outside as she entered a vehicle driven by the male who was identified as Wayne Aiken, 51.

The employee attempted to stop Aiken from leaving after he was told to give the items back, but he refused to stop.

Further investigation revealed that Aiken’s privilege to operate a motor vehicle had been criminally suspended.

On April 19, troopers with the New Haven Barracks located Aiken in the town of Charlotte and issued a citation to appear in court for the charges of retail theft and criminal DLS.

Aiken refused to assist the investigation and provide information on the identity of the female.

State Police are still trying to identify the female suspect.

Anyone with information on the identity of the female is urged to call the New Haven Barracks at 802-388-4919.

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