VT State Police Release New Info on Burglary
The Vermont State Police released new information on a May 4th burglary at a Rockingham Shell gas station. Police said, in addition to the loss of over a thousand dollars in cash, property, and damaged to the gas station, the thieves stole several thousand dollars from an ATM and 20 firearms from a private gun dealer on the property. Police estimate the theft to be between $15,000 and $16,000. According to police, the firearms were well documented and are traceable.

Kel Tec PMR 30, 22 mag serial WKK17
Colt 1911 100 Year Ann 45 serial 613711911
Ruger SP 101 Engraved 357 Serial 575-35965
Smith Wesson Shield 45 serial HDJ1510
Taurus 82 38 spl with lock box serial IP108271
Taurus 82 38 spl with lock box serial IS136465
Taurus 82 38 spl with lock box serial IW173563
Smith Wesson 69 44 mag serial CYX4424
Glock 43 9mm serial ZNR7622
Ruger Bearcat 22 serial 93-64915
Browning Medalion 338 WM serial 20516NVK17 Left hand
Ruger M77 270 Laminate serial 78720705 Left hand
Windham CDI 223 WW209931
Rock River Arms Operator 308 serial UT123699
Mossberg 183 DB 410 no serial
Glenfield 20 22 serial 71383148
Mossberg 340 BA 22 no serial
Remington 742 30/06 serial B7040958
Ruger 10/22 Sporter 22 serial 0007-32754
Remington 7600 25/06 Blonde stock serial B8536037

Anyone with information regarding this crime or individuals involved should call the investigators at the Westminster Barracks at 802 722-4600.

Annual NH State Surplus Auction
The annual NH State Surplus auction takes place on Saturday, May 20th at the States Surplus site at 144 Clinton Street in Concord. Surplus is from the State of NH and numerous Municipalities. There are over 150 vehicles, firearms, computers, snowmobiles, canoes, various types equipment, and more.
All Federal and State Laws pertaining to the sale of firearms will be strictly adhered to and all firearms will be subject to a 7-Day hold period.
Preview of vehicles and registration for the auction is on Friday May 19th from 8:30AM-3:00PM. Other items are available for preview on Saturday the day of the auction from 7:30 AM. Registration also takes place on Saturday from 7:00 AM.
Full payment is due the day of sale by cash, check accompanied by bank letter stating check will be acceptable for a certain dollar amount, Visa or MasterCard with a 3% convenience fee.
For more information visit http://www.jsjauctions.com/auctions/details/29576-144-clinton-street-concord-nh.

Dartmouth’s 45th Powwow
Over 1,000 people are expected to attend Dartmouth’s 45th powwow this weekend on the Green. The event runs Saturday May 13th and Sunday May 14th and has entertainment from that began at traditional dancers, drummers, and craftspeople in addition to food vendors. The Grand Entry Starts at noon.
In addition, traditional Native American Food will be offer by the Class of ’53. At the start of each day’s celebration, tribal communities will participate in the blessing of the grounds, the grand entry, and the intertribal dance.
Dartmouth’s powwow is sponsored by Native Americans at Dartmouth, the President’s Office, the Native American Program, and the special programs and events committee of the Collis Center for Student Involvement. In case of rain, the event will be in the Leede Arena. The Grand Entry Starts at noon.

All NH Boaters Must Pump Out Waste
The New Hampshire Department of Environment al Services (NHDES) reminds all boaters that all of NH waters even coastal waters are federally designated as No Discharge Areas. All boat sewage even if treated must go in a holding tank and emptied at a stationary or mobile facility. NHDES owns a mobile pump out boat, the Royal Flush that provides this service free in the coastal zone of northern NH. The Royal Flush is expected to launch with new engines in June. There is also a free mobile pump out boat service in Hampton Harbor, which is expected to be available in early May pending pre-season repair work. To request a pump out please call and make an appointment. For the Royal Flush call (603) 670-5130 or use VHF 9. For the Hampton Harbor pump out boat call 603-PUMPOUT (603) 786-7688. You will need to contact NHDES for a request form prior to your first pump out.
You can download the application here. https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/wmb/cva/documents/nhdes-w-07-075.pdf
A map of stationary pump out stations is here. https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/wmb/cva/dir_map.htm