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Robbers Get Away With $60K Worth Of Cookies, Crackers From Weston Warehouse
Published: December 27, 2016 | | 1008 Clicks
Detectives are still trying to solve the disappearance of $60,000 worth of Nabisco cookies and crackers after two containers were stolen from a Weston warehouse on Thanksgiving.

The Broward Sheriff's Office on Thursday released surveillance video of the Nov. 24 robbery at awarehouse located at 1700 HN. Commerce Parkway.

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