Ala Police Investigating Massive Corn Theft

TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) -- Talladega police say they are investigating the theft of tons of corn from a feed mill in east Alabama.
Capt. Leon Thomas says feed corn worth $175,000 is missing from Koch Foods. He tells The Daily Home of Talladega that enough corn is missing to fill 25 tractor trailer trucks.
A police report says the thefts appear to have taken place between Dec. 1 and this week.
Thomas says at least some of the suspects are employees of the company that's missing the corn.


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  • by Anonymous on Apr 27, 2012 at 08:06 PM
    Where were yalls eyes ? If yall saw a truck filling up with corn couldn't yall go take the drivers name and picture ? I guess yall left that for someone eles to do and no body did it. All of yall need firing and the company needs to hire a new crew to work there. Hopefully someone with some sense.
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