10,000 Doughnuts Stolen: Woman Drives Off with $40,000 Worth of Krispy Kreme from Sydney Service Station

10,000 Doughnuts Stolen: Woman Drives Off with $40,000 Worth of Krispy Kreme from Sydney Service Station

A van containing 10,000 Krispy Kreme doughnuts was taken by a woman at a service station.
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A van containing 10,000 Krispy Kreme doughnuts was taken by a woman at a service station. This incident, currently under investigation by NSW Police, occurred at 4am on Pennant Hills Road in Carlingford, Sydney's north-west.

Watch the moment 10,000 donuts were stolen from a service station

The van, destined for Newcastle shops, was seized while the driver was inside the service station. Surveillance footage captured a woman lingering near the fuel pumps, then entering and driving away with the van.

 

 

Given the doughnuts' approximate value of $4 each, the stolen goods are estimated to be worth about $40,000.

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