Vermont State Police said on Wednesday  morning at 6:58 a.m., troopers from the Shaftsbury barracks responded to the Stewart’s Shop in Arlington to investigate a crash.

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ARLINGTON — Vermont State Police are asking for the public’s help. According to police, troopers from the Shaftsbury barracks were called to the Stewart’s Shop in Arlington at 6:53 a.m. to investigate a crash.

While speaking with the victim, Tonya Jones of Arlington, she said her vehicle had been struck by another vehicle in the parking lot, which caused property damage. The suspect vehicle left the scene without informing anyone of the incident. As a result, the suspect is still unknown.

Troopers are asking the public to help identify the potential suspect. Anyone with information regarding the incident should call 802-442-5421 and ask to speak with Trooper Ryan Criss.


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