Three semi trailers loaded with meat stolen in Nebraska over the weekend, latest in a string of meat cargo thefts
By Ashley, CDL Life
September 19, 2022
Police in Grand Island, Nebraska, are investigating a meat cargo theft incident that occurred over the weekend and investigating whether it could be connected to a larger meat cargo theft ring.
Trailer and Cargo Theft of More Than $750K Reported in Grand Island
On Friday, September 16, officers responded to the Lineage Logistics facility at 203 Roberts St E. in Grand Island for a report that two semi trailers were missing from the lot.
The two trailers were loaded with meat from Gibbon Packing Co., according to Grand Island Police.
The estimated value of the two stolen trailers and cargo is estimated at $493,407.85.
A third trailer loaded with meat was also reported stolen from the facility on Sunday, September 18, but police believe that the actual theft took place on Friday the 16th between 7:10 p.m. and 11:29 p.m.
The estimated value of the third stolen trailer and cargo is $273,329.61.
At this time, the trailers and the meat are still missing.
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