Snowmobile stolen from lot on Route 2

WILTON — Police are investigating the theft of a snowmobile valued at $10,000 from a parking lot next to the Big Apple on Route 2 on Sunday, police Chief Dennis Brown said Tuesday.

Officer Nick Zecker responded to a report of the theft at 12:16 p.m. The Massachusetts owner had parked his trailer with a 2007 black and orange Arctic Cat Crossfire 1000 in the lot. The snowmobile had B&D racing stickers on it, Brown said.

The owner went off riding on his all-terrain vehicle at about 7 a.m. and when he returned at about noon, the machine was gone, the chief said.

Anyone with information about the stolen sled is asked to call Wilton Police at 645-4222.

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Can you all read?

The article says, "a parking lot NEXT TO the Big Apple" doesn't say anything about the Weigh Station.

How about asking the store manager for the security videos??

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Go back to Mass!

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Could of ask the Store manager if he could of parked there and not at the Weight Station.


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