Hungry? Nearly $100,000 in Ramen Noodles Stolen in Heist


A trailer containing nearly $100,000 in ramen noodles has been stolen in Georgia, according to police. 

The driver of the 53-foot trailer reported the theft to cops in Fayette County, saying he left the trailer parked at a gas station loaded with $98,000 of the noodles between July 25 and Aug. 1.

When he came back, the trailer and the ramen inside were gone.

Police are investigating the heist, which occurred at a Chevron along Highway 85 in Fayetteville. 

Packets of ramen can typically retail from 30 cents to a dollar. Given the amount stolen from the trailer in Georgia, altogether it's believed that more than 300,000 packets of ramen noodles were taken.


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