600 Pumpkins Vanish from Long Island Farm

The theft was reported Monday at Rottkamp's Fox Hollow Farm in Calverton

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    It's a Halloween whodunit.
     
    Police on the eastern end of Long Island are investigating the theft of more than 600 pumpkins from a farm in Calverton.
     
    Newsday reports that the theft was reported Monday at Rottkamp's Fox Hollow Farm.
     
    Riverhead Town police are investigating.
     
    Police say the pumpkins were worth about $4,200.

    The 250-acre farm has been owned by the Rottkamp family since 1967.

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