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Eggs Stolen In Puerto Rico Add Up To $22,000

01/24/2014 01:15 EST | Updated 01/24/2014 01:59 EST

Police in Puerto Rico are on the look out for about $22,000 in stolen eggs.

Cops don't know exactly how many eggs that adds up to, but with that many on the loose in a roughly 8,800-square-kilometre territory, the pilfered egg saga should be over easy.

The eggs were reportedly in the back of a refrigerated truck that was stolen from a parking lot in the coastal town of Hatillo last Friday. The truck is worth $35,000, according to the Associated Press.

On the sunny side, although Justin Bieber was in Puerto Rico a few months ago, the incident occurred after he left the U.S. territory.

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