TAMPA, Fla. - The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering $2,000 to someone with information leading to an arrest after a number of energy drinks were stolen in Tampa, Florida.
Eric W. Sporre, a special agent in charge of the FBI's Tampa division, told WPLG that a driver parked a tractor-trailer and stole the goods overnight Feb. 2 to Feb. 3. The trailer, which has $65,000 worth of drinks, is thought to be in South Florida.
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Help #FBITampa find a stolen trailer filled with energy drinks. The cargo theft occurred overnight on 2/2- 2/3 near E. Broadway & 50th St. in Tampa. Up to $2k reward for info leading to the recovery. Call 813-253-1000 or submit tips: https://t.co/0eeH1tVIxf. pic.twitter.com/vhZ5Z7HMMB— FBI Tampa (@FBITampa) February 11, 2019
Tampa Bay Times reported the trailer has the identification number LRG 5347 and Florida tag 2277CS.
The FBI asks anyone with information contact the FBI Tampa field office at (813) 253-1000 or go to tips.fbi.gov.
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