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#918492 - 12/03/04 01:42 PM Cops find stolen Krispy Kreme truck, then eat evidence
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Registered: 03/19/04
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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Police followed a trail of doughnuts to find a stolen Krispy Kreme delivery truck.

"It has a happy ending," Swatara Township Sgt. Robert Simmonds said. "The evidence was brought back to the police station, and the cops are eating the doughnuts."

It was 12:45 a.m. Thursday when Krispy Kreme deliveryman Tim Trostle stopped at a Swatara Township convenience store and left the engine running as he made the delivery. Someone fled with the truck, but since Trostle had left the back doors open, police were able to follow a trail of doughnuts.

The doughnut trail ended before long, but police in a nearby township found a doughnut cart near the Harrisburg city line. City police found the truck near a downtown bar.

No arrests were immediately made. The truck was returned to the company.

Although Simmonds had been joking about police taking the contents of the truck, he acknowledged seeing Krispy Kreme doughnuts in a station conference room Thursday.

"I suspect that the manager from the Krispy Kreme might have given us a little thank you for our efforts" he said.
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#918493 - 12/04/04 08:17 AM Re: Cops find stolen Krispy Kreme truck, then eat evidence
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I wonder where the stereotype of the donut-eating cop came from. I wonder if cops these days actually eat donuts, or whether the disbelieving stares might make it not worth the trouble!

Cindy -- who did see a marked police cruiser parked at a strip mall and see the cop hoist an actual donut to his face
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