Police in Canada say three people have been arrested in connection with a massive maple syrup heist from a Quebec warehouse, which put a dent in the global supply.
Quebec produces up to 80 per cent of the world’s maple syrup.
Authorities never disclosed the exact amount of syrup stolen in the August raid, but the warehouse contained up to 4.54 million kilos, valued at CAN$30 million (about £18.7m).
Those arrested were yesterday charged with theft, conspiracy, fraud and trafficking in stolen goods. Police also have seized vehicles suspected of being used in the illicit trafficking of the syrup.