Four tonnes of Ferrero Rocher stolen from lorry

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Sweet-toothed thieves have reportedly stolen four tonnes of Ferrero Rocher chocolate from a lorry in Sweden.

The driver was asleep in the cabin when the chocolate was smuggled out of the back of the vehicle last Thursday, according to local newspaper Helsingborgs Dagblad.

When the driver woke up at around 8am the next day, he found that around one million kronor’s worth (£96,000) of chocolate had been stolen.

The heist was pulled off in Astorp, southern Sweden. 

It’s the latest in a series of incidents in what a Swedish news site is calling a “chocolate crime wave” in the country.

Chocolate bars were also thieved from an Ica store in Arkelstop, north east Sweden, in February last year, the Local reported. The delicious haul was worth £750.

Earlier in 2015 about £1,400 worth of chewing gum was taken from several supermarkets across the Småland  region.

A man arrested for taking the gum told police he had been “planning to give the bubble gum to his friends.”


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