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  • SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT
    PRESS RELEASE

    On April 18, 2015 at approximately 6 P.M. the Springfield Police received an alarm at the Jake South Street Market in Springfield.

    An E-911 call came into the police station advising there had been a shooting as the officers were in enroute to the alarm.

    The shooting victim has been identified as Wesley Wing age 37.

    Wing had made his way to the store for help.

    Wing was transported to the Springfield Hospital and was air lifted to Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital in New Hampshire. Westley Wing went into surgery and at this time his condition is listed as critical.

    A vehicle in the area that might have been a witness is a black Infiniti vehicle with Vermont Plates and possible with a Vermont Strong plate on the front. If this vehicle is seen please contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.

    It appears that this incident is an isolated incident and not a random shooting. The information that we have at this time would believe that the public is safe.

    The shooter is still at large.
  • Not a whole lot to release to you yet...but this article does include a description of the vehicle we are looking for. Many of you have called asking if it is safe to now leave your homes...one of our primary concerns was that with daylight many children were out and about in the area. Everyone's safety is our utmost concern. We ask that you just be aware of your surroundings as you venture out and go about your normal routines. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available and can be released.

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  • If you are in the South Street area between Cardinal Drive and Davis Street - PLEASE stay in your home....

    There has been a shooting and we want everyone to be as safe as possible.

    Multiple officers/agencies are on scene.
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  • On April 17, 2015 at approximately 0254 hours an unknown male subject attempted to steal an ATM from the One Credit Union located at 380 River Street Springfield, Vermont.
    The male subject was wearing all black clothing and a black face mask with a horizontal opening near the area of the eyes. The subject was wearing two-toned work type gloves and black shoes. The subject appears to also have a stocky build.
    The subject backed up what appears to be a light colored pickup truck, possibly beige or gold in color to the door and then wrapped a chain around the ATM. The subject then entered the truck and tried to pull the ATM free. In doing so the chain released and the subject attempted to attach the chain to the ATM again. After a second failed attempt the subject left the scene in an unknown direction.
    Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.

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    Attempted ATM Theft - One Credit Union
  • On April 17, 2015 at approximately 0254 hours an unknown male subject attempted to steal an ATM from the One Credit Union located at 380 River Street Springfield, Vermont.
    The male subject was wearing all black clothing and a black face mask with a horizontal opening near the area of the eyes. The subject was wearing two-toned work type gloves and black shoes. The subject appears to also have a stocky build.
    The subject backed up what appears to be a light colored pickup truck, possibly beige or gold in color to the door and then wrapped a chain around the ATM. The subject then entered the truck and tried to pull the ATM free. In doing so the chain released and the subject attempted to attach the chain to the ATM again. After a second failed attempt the subject left the scene in an unknown direction.
    Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113.

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    Attempted ATM Theft - One CU River Street
  • On behalf of the Springfield Police Department, we request that as you plan and gather for the Green Up events on the morning of May 2nd, that you please use caution and dress appropriately to ensure your safety from potential injury from improperly discarded hypodermic needles. To be aware of you surroundings and the potential for these items to be hidden among any taller grasses; bushy areas or heavily littered areas. In the event any volunteers locate needles that need proper disposing of (which should be to a designated "sharps" container) they are asked to contact the Springfield Police Department at 802-885-2113 and as soon as possible an officer will respond to properly discard the item(s). Anyone who believes they may have been accidentally stuck by a needle is encouraged by CDC standards to wash needle sticks and cuts with soap and water and immediately seek medical treatment. Thank You and may everyone have a successful, safe and fun day beautifying their town!! ~ Please note this is not intended to scare citizens from participating in such a great event, but to encourage everyone to be a bit more cautious and wear extra protection such as gloves and ankle high shoes or boots and provide guidance in the event of incidental contact.



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