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Truck With $120,000 of Hershey’s Chocolate Stollen

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The search is on in Florida for a truck that was stolen in Deland that contained $120,000 worth of Hershey’s chocolate. Police were called by the truck driver when it came up missing after parking it at a truck center overnight. He said three o’clock Saturday was the last time he saw it, hooked to the trailer and fully loaded.

Police are on the lookout for the truck and the thief as 24/7 surveillance cameras are set up at the facility that parks the trucks for free. The truck contained various Hershey products and the thief has a problem:trying to keep the chocolate refrigerated so it doesn’t melt.

Mynews13.com

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