Greater than 100 physique armor vests collected up to now for Ukraine |

WILLISTON — Vermont State Police have collected greater than 100 physique armor vests up to now for distribution to the Ukraine navy, the state Division of Public Security introduced Friday.

The vests, provided by legislation enforcement businesses and different Vermonters, are due by a Wednesday donation deadline.

Vermont legislation enforcement businesses are teaming as much as donate used and expired physique armor vests to navy items in Ukraine in response to Russia’s invasion of that nation, which started Feb. 24.

Members of the general public can also donate any physique armor vests, supplied the vests have a score of stage III or extra, to their nearest Vermont State Police barracks. Donations shall be accepted from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the 10 barracks statewide.

In Southern Vermont, state police barracks are on Airport Street in Shaftsbury and Westminster Heights Street in Westminster.

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