A man, Joseph Thorpe, strikes a Little Caesars employee for being unsatisfied with his order.
Canadian authorities are searching for a suspect accused of a stinky crime — allegedly swiping $187,000 worth of cheese.
An unidentified man went to a business in Ontario around 7:45 a.m. Friday and provided paperwork that the cheese would be shipped to New Brunswick.
Investigators say $187,000 worth of cheese was stolen in Canada on Friday.
A trailer was loaded up with cheese and the man drove off in a transport truck, but the cheese never arrived at its destination, according to Global News.
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Investigators said the man provided fake documents about the cheese and realized it had been stolen. Estimated to be worth $187,000, it was not immediately clear what kind of cheese was involved.
Anyone with information on the cheese heist is urged to contact Oxford County Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.