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CLEARWATER, Fla. - Only in Florida.
This theft story has a wonderful ending -- the theft of a Krispy Kreme doughnut truck in Columbia County ended with free food being offered to homeless people from the police officers who found the truck.
The truck was making deliveries in Lake City when it was stolen, police said.
The Krispy Kreme delivery van was stolen Tuesday in Lake City and recovered nearly 200 miles away in Clearwater. There were still dozens of doughnuts aboard the stolen vehicle, so the store manager turned the treats over to the police officers.
The cops ate a few of them but mainly saved them for the homeless to eat later that day.
A delivery van was stolen this morning from a @krispykreme in Lake City, Fla. It was later recovered at Crest Lake Park in Clearwater, Fla. The store manager gave the donuts in the van to the police officers. The officers saved a few and donated the rest to a homeless feeding. pic.twitter.com/bnuyZdq3vl— @myclearwaterPD (@myclearwaterPD) October 16, 2018
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