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5 tons of Nutella stolen in Germany

5 tons of Nutella was stolen from a parked trailer in central Germany, police said. The 5 tons of stolen Nutella is worth an estimated 16,000 euros. 

By The Associated Press / April 8, 2013

Nutella is displayed for sale at a FIS supermarket in Vitez, Italy last year. 5 tons of Nutella was stolen by German thieves over the weekend.

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These thieves might really have sticky fingers.

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Police said Monday an unknown number of culprits made off with 5 metric tons (5.5 tons) of Nutella chocolate-hazelnut spread from a parked trailer in the central German town of Bad Hersfeld over the weekend.

The gooey loot is worth an estimated €16,000 ($20,710).

Germans news agency dpa reported that thieves have previously stolen a load of energy drinks from the same location.

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