$52K of Scotch stolen from liquor store in New Jersey

Published September 21, 2017

A band of high-end booze bandits knocked off a New Jersey liquor store, stealing more than $52,000 worth of Scotch, authorities said Wednesday.

The six suspects carried out the boozy heist at the Total Wine & More in River Edge at about 6:30 p.m. on Friday, WABC reported.

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The men used shopping carts to block an aisle while they busted into a liquor case and snagged the three high-priced bottles of 1952 Tullibardine, Highland Park 50 Year Old and Macallan V5 Reflexion, according to the news outlet.

They also swiped a $68 bottle of Pinch Scotch.

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Police are trying to track down the crooks, who were captured on store surveillance footage.

This article originally appeared in The New York Post.

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