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Millions in Cigars Stolen

Submitted by Rob on July 2, 2008 – 1:19 pmNo Comment

77 Year old Charles Vella from Australia claims to have had $4 million dollars worth of cigars stolen from his warehouse.

$4 million dollars in cigars translates into 83,000 sticks of Toscani, Flor De Filipinas and Il Barone cigars.

Mr. Vella provides us with an even more interesting story about the situation: He claims that the theft of the cigars was “organized”.

Moving 83,000 sticks of cigars in a weekend – assuming the whole weekend was used – is a real task. The time frame provided for the robbery was sometime between Friday and Monday.

The warehouse the cigars were stored in had a sophisticated alarm system- bypassed by a ladder. There is no mention of any video recording at the premises.

The final twist of the story is that some of the cigars that were stolen were also “moldy”.

Read the full story here.

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