This summer, in what may be the most Canadian crime ever, a storage facility near Montreal's Trudeau Airport was robbed of 20,000 litres of maple syrup.
This isn't the first crime of its kind in Canada. The Great Maple Syrup Heist of 2012 saw $18,000,000-worth of maple syrup stolen. Police recovered only about 70 per cent of the stolen syrup and say some syrup may have gone to the U.S.
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Police have uncovered $30,000 worth of stolen Nutella as part of a major investigation into a crime syndicate linked to drug trafficking, car theft and a kidnapping plot in Canada.
An entire truckload of Nutella was discovered in a Canadian warehouse along with about $5 million of stolen goods, including luxury cars, car parts, e-cigarettes and alcohol, as well as drugs and weapons.
Arrests have been made.
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