BREINIGSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — If you ever had your lunch disappear from the office refrigerator, consider what one southeastern Pennsylvania man did: He called the cops.
KYW-TV in Philadelphia (http://cbsloc.al/1814Yx0 ) reports that Upper Macungie Township police were called Oct. 10. That's when, according to a police news release, an employee at Wakefern Food Corp. reported "that an unknown person stole his Jell-O brand strawberry Jell-O snack from the break room refrigerator."
Police say the 39-year-old victim was angry because this wasn't the first time someone had stolen his food.
So far, police say the thief hasn't been caught. Police say in a news release that the case remains under investigation.
Information from: KYW-TV, http://www.kywtv.com
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