Maine State Police Searching for Stolen ‘House’
Sadly, even in a peaceful state like Maine, home break-ins are not uncommon. Unlike what you see on TV, these break-ins are usually barely noticeable. The thieves enter the home through an unlocked garage or an open window. They take a few high value items, like tools or electronics, before slipping out.
In most cases, these thefts involve taking stuff from the home, not actually taking the home itself.
But it appears that is exactly what happened in the Maine town of Limerick.
According to a Facebook post by the Maine State Police, they are looking for the public's help in locating a tiny home that was stolen from Range E Road in Limerick.
The post indicates that the home was stolen sometime between Saturday, November 25, and Tuesday, November 28. There is speculation that the home may have been taken by a person driving a black SUV that was spotted in the area around the time of the theft.
If you have any information about the theft, you can reach out to Maine State Police Trooper Kiernan Richards at 207.624.7076 extension 9
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