Police: Man named Fudge stole from ice cream store

Oct. 1, 2013 at 2:08 PM

IOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- Authorities in Iowa say a man with the appropriate last name of "Fudge" is accused of breaking into an ice cream shop and stealing money from a safe.

Iowa City police said security camera footage at the Cold Stone Creamery location in Iowa City showed former employee Conor Fudge, 25, coming into the shop well after it closed Sept. 11, the Iowa City Press Citizen reported Tuesday.

Fudge, whose employment at the store ended Aug. 27, allegedly used an unauthorized key to enter the store and took money from the safe as well as cakes and containers of ice cream.

Police said Fudge's theft was worth a total $501.

Fudge was arrested on charges of felony third-degree burglary and an aggravated misdemeanor count of third-degree theft.

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