GMP Copper Cable Thefts Under Investigation

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Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of copper grounding cable taken from three Green Mountain Power substations.

Police say a total of about 45 feet of ½-inch cable was reported stolen earlier this month from two utility substations in Randolph and one in Sharon.

Officials think the cables were cut with a large set of bolt cutters.

The theft resulted in power outages in several neighborhoods in Sharon and Randolph.

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