Ontario police investigating alleged theft of $200,000 worth of butter

By The Canadian Press and Lucas Casaletto

Ontario Provincial Police are searching for an astonishing amount of stolen butter.

OPP near Belleville, Ont. say two trucks were stolen from a facility in Trenton on Boxing Day — each contained about 20,000 thousand kilograms of butter.

The trucks were found in Toronto a day later, completely empty. The retail value of the butter is roughly $200,000. The force is asking anyone with information to contact them.

The OPP says the suspects were dropped off near the trucking facility at the time of the alleged theft by someone driving a black SUV.

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