Plymouth police seek help in burglary involving vintage cement mixer

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PLYMOUTH — A burglary on Todd Hollow Road has prompted an investigation by the Plymouth Police Department after a vintage cement mixer and other items were stolen from a storage barn on May 14, at approximately 4:37 p.m.

According to the police, the suspect(s) made off with a mustard yellow 1958 Muller cement mixer that has been restored and holds sentimental family value.

The perpetrators were seen leaving the scene in a distinctive green Ford pickup truck, possibly an F-250 model, with an extended cab, tinted windows, a loud muffler, and significant damage to the tailgate.

The truck also lacked a front registration plate.

The Plymouth Police Department has released a video of the green Ford pickup and is asking the public for assistance in identifying the vehicle and its operator.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Officer Dean Cyr at 860-589-7779.

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