Windsor County Sheriff’s Department recovers stolen vehicle after high-speed chase

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PLYMOUTH — A stolen vehicle was recovered by the Windsor County Sheriff’s Department after a high-speed chase through Plymouth on March 26.

At around 4:25 p.m., Lieutenant Thomas Battista attempted to stop a black BMW traveling at 56 mph in a 35 mph zone on Vermont 100.

The vehicle initially pulled over by a country store in Plymouth Union but sped off as Battista was checking the license plate.

The pursuit continued onto Kingdom Road and into Tyson Village, where the BMW crashed into another vehicle on Vermont Route 106.

Deputy Erik Robinson engaged in pursuit in the village of Reading but terminated due to the reckless speed and manner in which the BMW was operated.

The following day, Vermont State Police received a call from a Weathersfield resident about the abandoned vehicle with front-end damage on Pike’s Peak Road.

A DMV check confirmed the BMW was reported stolen from Springfield, Massachusetts.

The vehicle’s owner has been notified of the recovery and the extent of the damage.

Authorities are now seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the driver involved in the incident.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the sheriff’s department at 802-457-5211.

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