(LEE COUNTY, Fla.) — If the Easter Bunny took emergency calls, surely the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in Florida could use some help.
Police are still on the hunt for 180,000 eggs stolen from a semi-truck from Fort Myers, Fla., this week.
The driver of a blue refrigerated semi-truck parked the vehicle with around 180,000 eggs inside behind a 7-Eleven convenience store on Sunday morning Around 11:30 p.m., he returned to the find the truck and its contents gone, according to the police report.
When police reported to the scene early Monday morning, they confirmed the vehicle had not been towed. There were no cameras that could see the vehicle parked or leaving the scene, the police report states.
Tiffany Wood, public information officer for the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, said there are no updates and it is still an active investigation.
Anyone who spots a 1999 Volvo 770 semi-truck with “RJ Shoff” written on the side, or sees its 180,000 eggs, are asked to contact the sheriff’s office.
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