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Police seek help in identifying suspect in Hartland Elementary catalytic converter theft

  • Still images taken from security footage at Hartland Elementary School, where a catalytic converter was stolen from a school bus Saturday. (Courtesy Vermont State Police) Courtesy photograph—Courtesy photograph

  • Still images taken from security footage at Hartland Elementary School, where a catalytic converter was stolen from a school bus Saturday. (Courtesy Vermont State Police) Courtesy photograph—Courtesy photograph

Published: 9/19/2022 9:19:51 AM
Modified: 9/19/2022 9:53:58 AM

HARTLAND — Vermont State Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the owner of a truck suspected of being involved with the theft of a catalytic converter from a school bus parked at Hartland Elementary School on Saturday afternoon.

Any information regarding the truck or man police believe to have been involved in the theft on Saturday at about 2:30 p.m. can be directed to State Police Trooper Sean Collins at 802-234-9933.




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