NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. — Two men have been indicted on charges of stealing an ATV that belonged to a New Hampshire police chief.

The two face burglary, accomplice to theft and receiving stolen property charges.

Police say the men broke into a camper in October 2015 in Lisbon owned by the town’s police chief and took the key to his Polaris ATV. Then they allegedly drove away in the machine.

Police Chief Scott Pinson tells the Caledonian Record he can’t comment on the case because he’s a party to it.

It wasn’t immediately known if 37-year-old Kenneth England, of Franconia, and 23-year-old Michael Kinne, of Lisbon, had lawyers. Phone numbers could not be found for them.

Information from: The Caledonian-Record,

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