$100,000 Worth Of Ramen Stolen From Truck In Georgia

August 17, 2018


According to Fox 5 Fayette County, Georgia deputies are investigating a rash of local thefts that includes five car break-ins, a stolen motorcycle, and now a high-dollar heist of Ramen Noodles.


A 53-foot freight trailer was parked at a Chevron store on Georgia Highway 85 north. Somewhere between July 25th and August 1st, the thieves made off with Nearly $100,000 worth of Ramen Noodles. The driver was working on another assignment and left the big rig secured  in the lot for several days. 


A pack of ramen costs around $.25. That means there were close to 350,000 packets of instant noodles on board when the truck was stolen. The question is why steal Ramen? Seriously, what's the resale value? 

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