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Semi-trailer with $50,000 of wine stolen in California


Wednesday, March 17, 2010
A trucking company reported the theft from an industrial park Monday morning, just hours after a tractor truck was stolen a couple miles away. Police are trying to determine if the two thefts are related.
A trucking company reported the theft from an industrial park Monday morning, just hours after a tractor truck was stolen a couple miles away. Police are trying to determine if the two thefts are related.

BENICIA, Calif. — Benicia police are looking for a stolen semi-trailer carrying more than 1,100 cases of wine.

A trucking company reported the theft from an industrial park Monday morning, just hours after a tractor truck was stolen a couple miles away. Police are trying to determine if the two thefts are related.

Lt. Michael Daley says the wine in the semi-trailer is worth about $50,000. He did not know where the truckload was intended for.

Daley says police believe the trailer was targeted, but they currently have no leads in the case.

Kevin Jones of The Trucker staff can be reached for comment at kevinj@thetrucker.com.

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