FAYETTEVILLE, Georgia — Go big, or go hungry.
Cops in Georgia are hunting a crook who drove off with a tractor trailer stuffed with more than $100,000 worth of ramen noodle packs.
The Fayette County Sheriff’s office says the owner of the truck had left it on the grounds of a friend’s Chevron gas station for about a week in late July, but when he returned the trailer was gone.
Police didn’t specify the brand of ramen the truck was carrying, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. But a packet of the freeze-dried noodles can be as cheap as 30 cents (or even less if bought in bulk), so the 53-foot trailer could conceivably have been carrying over 300,000 packs.
Cops think the theft may have been part of a string of car break-ins and a motorcycle heist in the area around the same time.