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Brattleboro Police Department Press Releases. 

Wanted - Help ID

Date of Incident: 01/27/14

Officer Cable

If you can assist in identifying this subject please contact Officer Cable at 802-257-7950 or send us a tip. 

Thanks you.

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Burglary

Date of Incident: 01/19/14

Officer Whiteman

On 01/19/14 at 2227 hours Brattleboro Police responded to the HCRS offices at 51 Fairview St.  Upon arrival officers discovered that forced entry had been made into the building.  A search revealed no one was located inside.  The investigation into this incident is continuing.  It is requested that anyone having any information into this incident, contact the Brattleboro Police Department at (802) 257-7950.

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Robbery

Please help identify.  If you have any information please contact 802-257-7950 or send the Brattleboro PD a tip.

On January 26 2014 at approximately 2019hrs Brattleboro Police responded to Dominoes Pizza; 141 Canal St Brattleboro for a reported robbery.  Investigation at the scene indicated a lone white male entered the business and made off with  a undisclosed amount of cash.  The suspect is a white male described as approximately 5'10, 200pounds, wearing a red jacket with a blue horizontal stripe with a red baseball style hat. The suspect did not display a weapon during the incident.  The suspect fled the store on foot.  Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call the Brattleboro Police Department at 802-257-7950.

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Robbery

On January 15, 2014 at approximately 9:15pm, members of the Brattleboro Police Department responded to Domino's Pizza located on Canal Street for a reported robbery.

Through investigation it was learned a male entered the store and demanded money. The clerk gave the robber an undisclosed amount of money and the robber fled the store on foot traveling south on Canal Street. There was no weapon shown nor where there any reported injuries.

The robber is described as a white male, approx. 5'9" tall, 200 lbs, wearing a dark blue jacket, tan or khaki pants, and wore a dark colored knit type ski mask.

Video surveillance is currently being reviewed as well as other items of evidentiary value.

Anyone having information regarding the robbery is asked to contact Officer David Godinho or Det. Lt. Michael Carrier at the BPD, 802-257-7950 or the TIPSLINE at 802-251-8188.

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Unsolved Thefts

Date of Incident: 11/10/13 0021

Lt. Perkins

The Brattleboro Police Dept. is currently investigating numerous unsolved thefts from motor vehicles that have occurred throughout the town within the past month and a half.  The department is requesting the assistance of the public with any information in these thefts.  It is also requested that anyone observing suspicious activity around any vehicle to contact the police dept. immediately.  Those persons with any information is requested to contact the police at 802 257-7950.  

The police also want to remind the public to ensure that vehicles are locked if unattended.  Also to keep items of value out of sight or to remove them from the vehicle all together.   Some of the thefts have occurred by breaking a window of the vehicle but, a majority of the thefts have occurred from vehicles that were left unlocked.   


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