Investigators in Fayette County, Georgia, are utilizing their noodles to determine who stole a trailer carrying almost $100,000 value of ramen from a neighborhood gasoline station.
According to native information affiliate WAGA, the 53-foot trailer had been parked at a Chevron retailer on Georgia Highway 85 North, about 30 miles south of Atlanta. The trailer and its ramen noodle cargo have been stolen in some unspecified time in the future between July 25 and August 1.
Sheriff Barry Babb mentioned that the proprietor of the trailer had permission to park on the Chevron retailer and that the trailer was “secured” on the time of the theft. The trailer is white in shade, in line with authorities, and has a Maine license plate with the quantity 202643A.
The ramen heist is only one of a string of thefts in Fayette County, a string that additionally included 5 automotive break-ins and one stolen bike. Lt. Allen Stevens, public info officer on the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office, tells ABC News there aren’t any suspects presently.
Additionally, Lt. Stevens tells Delish.com that is the primary “ramen noodle theft [that] has ever occurred here.” The investigators at the moment don’t have a motive for the crime.
As Delish notes, the thief ought to not devour an excessive amount of of the ramen. A 2014 research linked instantaneous noodles with an elevated threat of metabolic syndrome. Study writer Dr. Frank B. Hu advised The New York Times that consuming instantaneous noodles “once or twice a month is not a problem, but a few times a week really is.”
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