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Spanish police discover 4 tonnes of stolen oranges

02 February 2018

CNN reports authorities became suspicious after spotting two cars driving close to one another, before an attempt was made to pull them over, seeing them change direction abruptly.

In a freaky incident, police in Seville, Spain, pulled over two cars filled to the brim with stolen oranges. When they opened the rear door of a small sedan, hundreds of oranges spilled out.

A truck also containing oranges was found later on. The cops seized four tons of the fruit and arrested the suspected orange thieves.

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Inside one vehicle, they found a couple and their adult son, and two brothers in the second.

The suspects, who were all related, are accused of orange theft, as they did not have the required paperwork to carry such huge quantities of fruit.

One said that they have picked it up on the ground along the way of their long journey, for their own consumption. Theft of oranges is not uncommon in Spain, where farmers have even reportedly hired vigilantes to protect their orchards. Smuggling of mass quanitities of fruits and vegetables is relatively common, although the use of ordinary vehicles is a less common sight for law enforcement in Spain.

Spanish police discover 4 tonnes of stolen oranges