Truck carrying $120K worth of chocolate stolen

Semi taken from J.D. Lewis Trucking in DeLand

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DeLAND, Fla. - A tractor-trailer filled with Hershey's chocolate was stolen in Volusia County, according to deputies.

The 2012 truck, owned by Sun State Carriers, was stolen over the weekend from JD Lewis Trucking at 1410 E. International Speedway Boulevard near the DeLand Airport.

The tractor-trailer, with an estimated worth of $90,000, was stolen sometime between 3 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Sunday, deputies said.

Volusia County Sheriff's deputies said the chocolate, described as a variety of Hershey's products, was worth $120,000.

The truck's cab has two horizontal stripes -- red and orange -- across it, and the trailer had the Florida tag F3413H.

No other details were released.

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