Unidentified truck damages New Haven farm

— On Feb. 23, at approximately 10:01 p.m., a trooper from the Vermont State Police’S New Haven Barracks was called to a residence at 4293 Quaker Village Rd., New Haven to investigate a suspicious incident.

According to the caller, homeowner Cindy Kahart, a large vehicle struck and damaged a concrete retaining wall, several fence posts, and a metal gate causing her cows to roam away the premises.

Kayhart told the troopers that she was alerted to her cows being loose by a passer by and upon checking her animals, she discovered the damage.

Police observed a damaged concrete retaining wall, three heavily damaged steel gates and at least four wooden posts snapped at their bases.

An exterior mirror, possibly from a large Ford truck, was afound at the scene.

The vehicle and its operator fled the scene prior to the trooper’s arrival.

There are no suspects at this time; the vehicle and its operator have not been identified.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact Sgt. Stephen McNamara of the Vermont State Police, New Haven Barracks at 802-388-4919.

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