January 22, 2020
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Money, tools stolen from Milbridge lumber business

MILBRIDGE, Maine — Local police are asking anyone with information about a burglary at Viking Lumber to contact them.

Two suspects were caught on surveillance cameras at about 2:15 a.m. on May 30, Milbridge police Chief Lewis Pinkham said Wednesday. Both were wearing masks and gloves.

The thieves took money, tools, two STIHL chainsaws, YETI coolers and other items valued at more than $1,500, he said.

“That’s what we know of now,” Pinkham said. “As with any business burglary, you may not find something missing for quite some time.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact Pinkham at the town office, 546-2422, by email at milbridgetown@gmail.com or through the Milbridge Police Facebook page. Those with information also can call Washington County communications at 255-8308 and ask to speak with Milbridge police Sgt. Brandon Parker, Pinkham said.

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