Coronavirus: Police find 192 rolls of toilet paper in stolen SUV

Coronavirus: Police find 192 rolls of toilet paper in stolen SUV
Police found 192 rolls of toilet paper, a hot commodity as people isolate and self-quarantine amid the coronavirus, in a stolen SUV on Tuesday. (Beverly Hills Police Department/Beverly Hills Police Department)

LOS ANGELES — Police found 192 rolls of toilet paper, a hot commodity as people isolate and self-quarantine amid the coronavirus, in a stolen SUV on Tuesday.

Beverly Hills police found the toilet paper after pulling over the stolen white SUV, KTTV reported.

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It was unclear if the toilet paper had been stolen.

“The driver was arrested for several charges — unrelated to the toilet paper,” Beverly Hills police Lt. Elizabeth Albanese told the Los Angeles Times.

The driver’s identity was not released. A gun was also recovered during the search of the vehicle, KTTV reported.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, people in communities across the country have panic purchased shelves-worth of toilet paper.

The department joked on social media about the arrest:

“Gives ‘They saw me rollin’...’ a whole new meaning.”