Theft reported in Jamaica, police seek information

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JAMAICA — Authorities are seeking information on a theft that occurred in the town of Jamaica, according to a report received by the Vermont State Police.

The incident took place on June 16 at around 5:49 p.m., but was only reported to the police on June 19.

The theft occurred at a residence on Vermont Route 30.

According to the complainant, a female person of interest was caught on camera stealing a weed whacker, a shovel, and a skateboard.

The suspect is described as wearing a black tank top, army camouflage pants, and Birkenstocks with thick soles.

She has a red bun or extension in her hair.

Surveillance footage shows that the woman arrived and left the scene in a mid-2000s model, silver RAM 1500 truck with a single cab and a short bed.

The truck bears a green and white license plate and has a white sticker on the back windshield.

Authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect and the truck.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Trooper Acevedo at the Westminster State Police Barracks at 802-722-4600

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