Log splitter, tools, Yankees memorabilia stolen from New Paltz home

New York State Police says the items were taken from a residence on State Route 373.

News 12 Staff

Oct 11, 2022, 10:18 AM

Updated 554 days ago

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Several expensive tools, equipment, and sports memorabilia were stolen from a home in New Paltz.
New York State Police says the items were taken from a residence on State Route 373.
A log splitter that was taken eventually was eventually sold on Facebook Marketplace.
Other items that were taken include:
- Ryobi carpenter saw with a blue plastic handle and a power cord.
- A blue crowbar, steel, with a straight right angle claw kind of an I-beam shaped shaft.
- Yankee memorabilia, roughly 12“ x 12“ picture framed pictures of Don Mattingly and a patch of his uniform signed by Don Mattingly.
- An electric bench grinder with dual grinding stones, Harbor Freight style.
- A 22 ounce framing hammer, straight claw with a checkered head and wooden handle made by Vaughn USA.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact investigators at 845-691-2922.


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