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Austrian thief steals 20 tons of chocolate

By DW
22 November 2019   |   1:43 pm
A thief in Austria made off with €50,000 worth of Milka chocolate in a truck after convincing a factory that he was the courier. The police say incidents of this type have become more common in recent years.

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