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FBI offering reward after $65,000 in energy drinks stolen in Tampa

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward for help in locating a stolen trailer that contained $65,000 in energy drinks.
Published Feb. 12

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward for help in locating a stolen trailer that contained $65,000 in energy drinks.

Investigators say the theft occurred overnight on Feb. 2-3 near E Broadway Avenue and 50th Street, and the truck was located four days later in Broward County.

The trailer and energy drinks are still missing, investigators say.

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The FBI is searching for a trailer with identification number LRG 5347 and Florida license plate number 2277CS.

Investigators are offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the trailer. Call the FBI Tampa field office at (813) 253-1000 or submit a tip through tips.fbi.gov.

Contact Carl Lisciandrello at clisciandrello@tampabay.com. Follow @carlmarks Times

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