FRYEBURG POLICE FIND “PLETHORA” OF APPARENTLY STOLEN ITEMS

by Christian Mower on April 25, 2012

FRYEBURG, MAINE POLICE ARE ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP IN DETERMINING THE STATUS OF A NUMBER OF ITEMS THEY DISCOVERED IN A HOUSE.

OFFICER TOM HUNDLEY SAYS A HOMEOWNER IN FRYEBURG WHOSE HOME WAS BURGLARIZED THIS WEEK GAVE OFFICERS PERMISSION TO SEARCH HER CAR AND HER HOUSE AFTER THEY NOTICED ITEMS IN HER HOUSE SHE SAID SHE HADN’T SEEN BEFORE THAT DIDN’T BELONG TO HER.

HUNDLEY – ALONG WITH OFFICERS MICHELLE LEGARE AND RICHARD MURRAY – DETERMINED SOME FISHING GEAR IN THE CAR’S TRUNK HAD BEEN STOLEN FROM SOME PEOPLE IN MASSACHUSETTS – NOW THEY’RE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHERE THE OTHER ITEMS CAME FROM.

HUNDLEY SAYS THREE OUTBOARD MOTORS, TWO ANTIQUE LOOKING RADIOS, BINOCULARS, BARBECUE TOOLS, A SMALL TV AND A SOUND SYSTEM ARE AMONG THE ITEMS.

THEY’RE ASKING ANYONE WHO MAY BE MISSING THOSE OR SIMILAR TYPE ITEMS TO CALL THEM AT (207) 935-3323.