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$100K worth of Hershey and Ferrero Rocher chocolate stolen in Norfolk County: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating after it says someone stole $100,000 worth of chocolate on Saturday.

Police say suspects stole a truck and trailer full of Hershey and Ferrero Rocher chocolate

Ontario Provincial Police is reviewing camera footage and asking the public for help. (Charlie Riedel/Associated Press)

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating after it says someone stole $100,000 worth of chocolate in Norfolk County during the weekend.

The service said it received a report on Monday about a stolen transport truck and trailer from a business on Vittoria Road in Norfolk County.

According to investigators, the suspects did that Saturday — and the stolen trailer was full of Hershey and Ferrero Rocher chocolate worth $100,000.

The truck was found in the Peel region but the trailer and chocolates are still missing, OPP say.

Police are reviewing surveillance video to try and identity the thieves and are asking anyone with information to come forward.

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