$22,000 worth of eggs stolen in Puerto RicoJanuary 24, 2014 @ 9:26 am
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) - A thief in Puerto Rico has gotten away with the makings for one giant omelette.
Police in the U.S. territory say they are looking for someone who stole more than $22,000 worth of chicken eggs. They didn't specify exactly how many eggs are in the missing shipment.
Officers said Friday that a refrigerated truck parked in a distribution center in the north coastal town of Hatillo was taken along with the eggs inside.
Authorities said the truck was worth $35,000.
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