$19,000 in Girl Scout cookies stolen in Spartanburg
SPARTANBURG, N.C.– A thief stole nearly $19,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies from a warehouse in Spartanburg, the Spartanburg Herald-Journal reports.
Authorities say more than 5,000 boxes were stolen from a Carey Moving and Storage warehouse at some point this week, where the Thin Mints and Shortbreads were being kept before they were sold at cookie booths across the state, according to the report.
The storage company has assisted with the storage and distribution of Girl Scout cookies in the area for 40 years.
Cookie sales won’t be affected, as the boxes were extra inventory.
Police do not have any suspects.
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