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Posted at 10:57 AM ET, 05/ 7/2010

Md. men allegedly stole live lobster

By Washington Post editors

Two men who allegedly stole gummy worms, cantaloupes and a live lobster may end up in jail, according to Thurmont police, the Frederick News-Post reports.

Zachary W. Greer, 26, of Keymar and Kevin R. Carlson, 22, of Walkersville were charged with theft less than $1,000 after those and other items were stolen Wednesday from the Weis Market on Thurmont Boulevard.

According to police, the men went into the store with bags and filled them full of about $350 in food items, including gummy and sour worms, Skittles, cantaloupe, crab legs, fish, a Delmonico steak and a live lobster.

"It was a long list" of items, said police Lt. Allen Droneburg. "A lot of candy."

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By Washington Post editors  | May 7, 2010; 10:57 AM ET
Tags:  Business, Fish, Lobster, United States, Weis Market  
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Comments

Sound like meth heads !

Posted by: curtis1112 | May 7, 2010 1:15 PM | Report abuse

Beavis and Butthead had the munchies.

Posted by: blackforestcherry | May 7, 2010 1:20 PM | Report abuse

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