According to the Fairfax NZ News, a woman called police in the morning on Friday to report someone had broken into her car. But when officers arrived, they found nothing had been stolen but a package of the jelly candies.
Police followed the trail of Gummy Bears straight to their suspect, who was asleep surrounded by his loot, apparently drunk, according to the story. The story says he was charged for damaging the car and for theft.
Canadians know firsthand that when a snack craving hits, the situation can get out of hand. The story of a high-profile BBQ chip theft by drunken students in Saanich, B.C., went viral online last year. Even the police officer at the press conference couldn't stifle his laughter for long.
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More recently, however, a 38-year-old thief in Hamilton, Ont., decided not to fall intoRead More »from Thieves leave tell-tale trails of Gummy Bears, snacks, coins