Well there is still no clue to the cheese bandit mystery. Yes you read that right…cheese bandits. Someone stolen $46000 worth of cheese. All over the news today the reporters are calling it “organized” cheese bandits. A semi trailer with 41000 pounds of Wisconsin best parmesan cheese was stolen. This particular theft was a year ago and still no idea on who did it.
Hmm now I’m no cheese connoisseur unless of course you call triscuit and sliced cheese a connoisseur but what would someone do with that much cheese and did they even know that’s what was in the trailer. The driver left the trailer in a lot that “looked” secure. You know it had security cameras.
Cargo crimes are increasing but typically the items that are stolen are easy to sell. Cheese on the other hand is extremely difficult. This isn’t the first time a truck load of cheese was taken. One was found at a grocery store and recovered. They say with food, it is typically sold to the mom and pop shops for cheaper than ordering through a legitimate company.
Some say well no harm no foul. Well it is foul because the price ends up increasing to cover the theft. In the end we all pay for these thieves. Easy money, not so easy to me. I wonder where they store the trailer? It can’t be too much in the open but then again maybe it can. Take the markers off and paint the trailer and boom, brand new. Then though you still have the problem of rotten cheese if you don’t get rid of it.
Sounds like to much trouble to me so I will keep my triscuit and sliced cheese and leave the “good” cheese to these bandits!