Rising Theft Incidents at E-Cigarette Stores in Vermont

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Apr.19
Rising Theft Incidents at E-Cigarette Stores in Vermont
Bristol, Vermont e-cigarette shop targeted by thieves, robbed three times in nine months with $5,000 worth stolen recently.

According to a report by WCAX on April 19th, a e-cigarette store in Bristol, Vermont has become a popular target for thieves.

 

Store employee Nichole Bachand stated, "This store has been around for a long time and is very popular here." The store has been robbed three times in the past nine months, with the most recent incident occurring on Tuesday (16th), when four boxes of Loon brand e-cigarettes were stolen, estimated to be worth around $5000.

 

This type of theft incident has occurred more than once. Earlier this month, a store located in St. George, the state was robbed of approximately $15,000 worth of Loon brand e-cigarettes.

 

Vermont police officer Brandon Doll stated that while the phenomenon is not yet enough to be considered a trend, e-cigarettes are indeed a product that can quickly generate profit through easily being sold locally or online.

 

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