09/16/2014 05:03 EDT | Updated 06/16/2017 00:54 EDT

Norwich Beer Heist Swipes $25,000 Worth Of Booze From Ontario Business

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NORWICH, Ont. - Police in Ontario are searching for whoever stole $25,000 worth of beer from a business east of London, Ont.

Ontario Provincial Police say freight carrier Country Transport was broken into in Norwich Township overnight between Wednesday and Thursday last week.

A tractor-trailer filled with thousands of bottles and cans of beer was then stolen from the business.

Police say the beer stolen includes 144 cases of Dos XX Amber Beer, 576 cases of Dos Equis Lager and 600 cases of Sol beer.

The stolen tractor is described as a 2006 blue International semi-tractor that had "Country Transport" and "Magic Transport" decals on it.

The trailer is a 2001 white Stoughton trailer with "Country Transport" decals on the side and rear.

Police are asking the public to look out for suspicious vehicles or people in their neighbourhoods.