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Not-So-Great Train Robbery Nets Frozen Pigs’ Feet

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An unidentified group of robbers who hit a train in Southern California didn’t net the large, lucrative bounty they were probably hoping for. What they got instead was 20 boxes of frozen pigs’ feet.

The theft was discovered during an emergency stop outside of Victorville, CA. Police officials told the press the feet were only worth around $200.

No arrests have been made and no suspects have been officially identified. We’re sure some very disappointed robbers are counting their blessings right now, since going to jail over boxes of frozen pig parts would only be adding insult to injury.

The pigs feet aren’t even the most shocking part. Who knew in this day and age that train robberies were still happening outside of old Western films? Police should seriously consider two sets of possible suspects: zombie versions of The Newton Boys or an angry flock of birds.

[via Fark]

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