May 6, 2016 10:52 AM
HEBRON — State police were assisting Hebron police in the investigation of a stolen skid-steer that led them to the discovery of other items stolen from multiple New Hampshire towns.
Over the course of a few days, police uncovered stolen construction equipment, landscape equipment and power tools, a golf cart, a horse trailer and a dump trailer in central New Hampshire, stolen from victims of Meredith, Bristol, Bridgewater and Plymouth.
Police have identified three main suspects responsible for the thefts - whose names haven't been released - after recovering the numerous items from an abandoned piece of property in Meredith, a residence in Bristol, a pond in New Hampton and a pond in Meredith.
The value of the items recovered was in excess of $40,000 police said.
As the thefts remain under investigation, arrests have yet to be made while anyone with information is asked to contact the New Hampshire State Police - Troop F at (603)223-8647.
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