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Trucks loaded with beer stolen; thieves remain missing, possibly drunk

TAMPA — Someone apparently started happy hour a little early on Tuesday.

Around 7 a.m., employees at K&N Trucking, 8205 E Adamo Drive, discovered two of their tractor trailers were missing. Oh, and they were both loaded with beer.

As in $70,000 worth of beer — 1,260 six-packs of Corona Extra in one and 990 six-packs of Corona Extra and 990 cases of Modelo Especial in the other.

Deputies found the trucks' cabs abandoned in a vacant lot in the 300 block of W Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard around 5 p.m. The trailers and the likely tipsy thieves are still missing.

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