Police in Florida tracked down a stolen Krispy Kreme truck stuffed with tasty doughnuts and provided up the products to the homeless — after saving a few treats for themselves, naturally.
The doughnut supply van was stolen Tuesday morning in Lake Metropolis and wasn’t positioned till late afternoon, in Clearwater, about 300 kilometres away.
“There have been no keys inside, however there have been loads of doughnuts,” Clearwater Police Division spokesperson Rob Shaw informed ABC Information.
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The van was noticed by an officer on patrol within the metropolis.
“There have been dozens of scrumptious doughnuts on board the stolen van that the shop supervisor gave to the cops,” the police drive stated on social media.
Clearwater police posted a images of about 10 officers posing in entrance of the stolen van whereas scarfing down a number of the sweets.
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“The officers saved a couple of doughnuts to take pleasure in later and donated the remaining to the homeless feeding that takes place adjoining to the police station every night time,” the division stated.
The neighborhood gives free meals to the homeless a number of instances per week.
“One of many issues that we all the time attempt to dwell out within the police division is that we’re neighborhood champions,” the police spokesperson informed ABC Information. “We love to do issues for all components of the neighborhood. This was only a manner to assist a few of these individuals who have been in want, and to ensure all of these doughnuts didn’t go to waste.”
No arrests have been made within the case of the stolen van.
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