Safe with money inside stolen from school

Surveillance photo of alleged thief at Stamford Elementary School

In the early hours of Friday, November 17, the Vermont State Police responded to a burglary alarm at Stamford Elementary School. The incident was reported at midnight.

Upon arrival at the Bennington County public school, troopers discovered an unlocked window with its screen pushed up, suggesting a point of entry.

A search of the premises revealed that an intruder had entered the building but had already fled the scene. It was determined that a small safe containing money had been stolen from the main office.

Security camera footage from the school captured the offender dressed in all black, including a winter hat and facemask. Vermont State Police are actively seeking information from the public regarding the burglary.

Anyone with knowledge of the incident or the identity of the individual involved is encouraged to contact Trooper Stevens at (802) 442-5421. – VSP report published by Newport Dispatch

Categories: Crime

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  1. One has to wonder what pronoun he/she/it goes by, and if referring to he/she/it as alleged thief is innappropriate or harmful to he/she/itself and/or readers, or people who make an honest living by stealing like the Biden crime family.