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BOLTON, Vt.

Vermont ski resort worker accused after thefts

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A worker at the Bolton Valley Resort in Vermont has been arrested after police found stolen snowboard equipment during a search of his car. Police said burglaries at the resort were reported Thursday. Kyle Lesage, 22, of Waterbury is accused of possessing stolen property. Police said some of the missing items were found in his vehicle. Also arrested on the same charge was Joseph Woodruff, 22, of Hinesburg. Police said he moved some of the stolen items to a random pickup truck that was parked in the lot and hid them in the truck bed.

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