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$20,000 worth of construction equipment stolen

Thousands of dollars worth of power tools and equipment were stolen from a construction site at Coalville’s wastewater treatment plant, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s department.

Deputies responded to a call on Thursday, Oct. 23 that an unknown suspect had cut fencing to access the site, located at 100 North 150 West in Coalville.

Approximately $20,000 worth of equipment, including power tools, from three construction trailers was stolen from the site, the report said.

Sergeant Ron Bridge, with the Summit County Sheriff’s Department, said no video surveillance was available at the site and an investigation is ongoing.

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