$24,000 worth of Frosted Flakes stolen

Aug. 10, 2012 at 12:37 PM

ROMEOVILLE, Ill., Aug. 10 (UPI) -- Police in Illinois said someone stole a tractor-trailer loaded with $24,000 worth of Frosted Flakes cereal from a repair shop.

Romeoville police said the trailer was stolen at some point between July 26 and the afternoon of July 30 from National Trailer Repair in Romeoville, the Joliet News-Herald reported Friday.

"The trailer, which is valued at about $14,000, contained a $24,000 load of Frosted Flakes," Assistant Police Chief Steve Lucchesi said.

Lucchesi said police do not yet have any leads in the case.

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