$100K worth of pork tenderloin stolen from Woodstock truck stop
Police tape is shown in a file photo. (CP24)
The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, December 27, 2016 5:01PM EST
WOODSTOCK, Ont. -- Police in Woodstock, Ont., say more than $100,000 worth of pork was stolen from a truck stop sometime between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day.
Investigators say the operator of a 16-metre refrigerated trailer -- which had 2,400 boxes of pork tenderloin inside -- parked his truck at the stop.
They say that the trailer was missing when the driver returned on Boxing Day.
Police say the trailer is white, with a G6 Logistics Logo on the side.
Anyone with information is asked to come forward.