Someone stole 33 cases of Whoppers from Burger King driver's truck

- Police in Warren are looking for the person or persons who broke into a semi truck at a warehouse and stole 33 cases of Whoppers.

Police said they're looking for the hamburglars who found the semi-truck parked on Ryan south of 10 Mile on Friday night. According to the truck driver, he parked on Ryan road and was waiting to make a delivery when he fell asleep.

When he woke up, he went to move the truck and noticed that the lock was broken and someone had broken in and stolen 33 cases of Burger King's trademark burgers.

Police hope someone saw the hamburglars and are asking anyone to call police with details. There are no cameras in the area. Police said they are still questioning the driver of the truck.

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