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Stop signs stolen in West Point
by MELINDA WILLIAMS
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FARMINGTON — Stop signs were stolen from two intersections in West Point over the weekend, and police are asking for the public’s help in solving the vandalism and finding the signs.

In the meantime, motorists are being urged to use caution until they can be replaced.

The Davis County Sheriff’s Office received a report of the missing two signs about 8 a.m. Saturday morning, according to Davis County Sheriff’s Sgt. Susan Poulsen.

One sign was taken from each of two intersections overnight, at 800 North and 4500 West and 1800 North and 4500 West.

Officers believe the signs were taken by teens.

“Parents, look around your kid’s bedroom,” Poulsen said.

Poulsen asked those who may be considering taking traffic signs to stop.

“Stop signs are placed to prevent traffic accidents,” Poulsen said. “It could be your loved ones involved in a wreck you caused,” she said, adding it could even lead to someone’ death.

Anyone with information is asked to call 801-451-4150.
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