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$30,000 Worth of Veal Stolen in Toronto on Christmas Day

$30,000 Worth of Veal Stolen in Toronto on Christmas Day

Toronto police are searching for information leading to the arrest of a person who stole “an extremely large quantity” of veal on Christmas day. A refrigerated trailer filled with approximately $30,000 of the meat was taken at a commercial address in a commerical area area some time between 3 p.m. and 5 a.m., according to a release.

“I guess you could say these guys are the veal deal,” David Augustine wrote on Twitter, to which Talon Aeolus Talas piggybacked, “I guess they have beef with someone.”

The stolen white and stainless steel 48-foot trailer bears a blue “W” and “White Valley” branding on the sides and has Ontario license plate K5885K.



Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact police at 418-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-8477.

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Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


Looks like someone felt the Boxing Day madness a little too much this year.

Toronto Police reported that a thief in North York got away with “an extremely large quantity of veal,” stolen sometime between Christmas morning and Boxing Day this week. The haul was located in a 16-metre refrigerated trailer and contained roughly $30,000 worth of veal cutlets.

The company released images of the products, packaged in boxes with their logos

The large trailer is described as white, with a blue “W” and “White Valley” logo on the side. The rear doors of the trailer are said to be distinctive: The right door is white, while the left door is stainless steel. The trailer bears the Ontario licence plate K58 85K.

Anyone who spots the trailer is being asked to contact 31 Division at 416-808-3100 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).


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