Thieves made off with more than 110,000 bottles and cans of Moosehead beer from a Toronto-area transport facility in the second heist to target the brewer in three years, the company said Wednesday. 

Moosehead reported that the theft took place early Wednesday morning at a plant in Mississauga, Ont. Early reports indicate the thieves stole two tractors from a nearby trucking compound and then hitched them to trailers containing 70,000 cans and 44,000 bottles of beer, the brewery said. Moosehead estimates the retail value of the beer at about $200,000 ($197,005 US Dollars).

Well, at least the beer bandits had half-way decent taste…


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