• Transient charged with break-in
    December 26,2012
     

    KILLINGTON — A transient man was jailed Monday on $75,000 bail after Vermont State Police say they found him wearing clothing stolen during a burglary from a Route 4 retailer on Christmas Eve.

    Police say they were called to the Killington Market for a reported shoplifting Monday. While interviewing the suspect, Greg Duguid, in that case, police said the 26-year-old was recognized as a suspect in “several other” suspicious incident around town — including a pair of break-ins at Base Camp Outfitters, which was broken into on Sunday and Monday.

    Police said owner Mike Miller was able to take a photograph of the man who broke into his store on Christmas Eve.

    Duguid was identified as the intruder in the photograph, and police say Miller identified the clothing Duguid was wearing as merchandise that was stolen. Duguid was taken to the Rutland jail. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Rutland criminal court today.

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