Thieves have stolen butter worth more than $200,000 in Canada.
The provincial police in Quinte West are investigating the Christmas day theft of more than $200,000 worth of butter from a trucking yard.
Police were called to a trucking facility on Glen Miller Road in Trenton on the morning of December 26.
Investigation determined that at about 11:00pm on December 25, four suspects broke into the facility after being dropped nearby by someone driving a black sport utility vehicle.
The four stole two transport trucks and hooked up two trailers which were each loaded with approximately 20,000 kilograms of butter, with a combined retail value of about $200,000.
The trucks and trailers were tracked down in the Toronto area on December 27. But the butter was gone.
#QuinteOPP are investigating the theft of about $200,000 in #Butter. Two trailers were stolen from a facility on Glen Miller Rd in #Trenton on Dec 26. Trucks/Trailers have since been located in the #Toronto area emptied of all contents. Know something? Call OPP 1-888-310-1122^dl pic.twitter.com/AFGU4tWNVZ
— OPP East Region (@OPP_ER) December 29, 2021