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Police Investigating After 300 Gallons of Fuel Was Stolen From Caroline County Farm

Posted: Sep 12, 2018 9:43 PM -04:00 Updated:

GOLDSBORO, Md.- The Caroline County Sheriff's Office says deputies are looking for someone who stole hundreds of gallons of diesel fuel from a farm.

Police responded to a home on Castle Hall Road Monday about a reported theft. 

According to the Sheriff's Office, the victim, Drew Parenteau, advised deputies that around 300 gallons of offroad diesel fuel and the video surveillance system were stolen off of his farm. He told police that it could have happened anytime between Aug. 31 and Sept. 10.

The stolen items are valued at an estimated loss of more than $8,000. 

The Sheriff's Office asks that anyone with more information about the incident to contact them at 410-479-2515. 

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