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BY KERRY LEARY

Some thieves with sticky fingers in Germany stole a whole shipment of Nutella over the weekend. Five metric tons of Nutella to be exact.

The sweet-toothed thieves in Germany broke the lock on a parked trailer and unloaded 5.5 tons of the chocolate- hazelnut spread Nutella.”

“Oh, yes indeed.”

“According to police, the gooey loot is worth an estimated $20,000.”

It was also reported that thieves in the region may have previously stolen more than 34,000 energy drinks — and 30,000 euros worth of coffee from the same spot. The Palm Beach New Times predicts,

“Hopefully, the thieves will be captured after they check into local hospitals suffering from energy drink induced heart palpitations and/or diabetic seizures.”

ABC’s Good Morning America discussed the incident Monday morning.

“I had no idea that the black market for Nutella was so robust. I had no idea. Give it back, Lara.”

“There's a little Nutella right there.”

“No questions asked.”

And the Inquisitr points out — this isn’t the first-ever reported Nutella theft. Students at Columbia University reportedly stole around $5,000 worth of the chocolate-hazelnut spread. Dining hall officials claim students were consuming about 100 pounds of Nutella on a daily basis.

An investigation in the most recent Nutella theft is ongoing.

Nutella Theft: $20,000 and 11,000 Lbs. Worth Stolen

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Apr 8, 2013

Nutella Theft: $20,000 and 11,000 Lbs. Worth Stolen

(Image source: Inquisitr)

BY KERRY LEARY

Some thieves with sticky fingers in Germany stole a whole shipment of Nutella over the weekend. Five metric tons of Nutella to be exact.

The sweet-toothed thieves in Germany broke the lock on a parked trailer and unloaded 5.5 tons of the chocolate- hazelnut spread Nutella.”

“Oh, yes indeed.”

“According to police, the gooey loot is worth an estimated $20,000.”

It was also reported that thieves in the region may have previously stolen more than 34,000 energy drinks — and 30,000 euros worth of coffee from the same spot. The Palm Beach New Times predicts,

“Hopefully, the thieves will be captured after they check into local hospitals suffering from energy drink induced heart palpitations and/or diabetic seizures.”

ABC’s Good Morning America discussed the incident Monday morning.

“I had no idea that the black market for Nutella was so robust. I had no idea. Give it back, Lara.”

“There's a little Nutella right there.”

“No questions asked.”

And the Inquisitr points out — this isn’t the first-ever reported Nutella theft. Students at Columbia University reportedly stole around $5,000 worth of the chocolate-hazelnut spread. Dining hall officials claim students were consuming about 100 pounds of Nutella on a daily basis.

An investigation in the most recent Nutella theft is ongoing.

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