Beverly Hills officers find nearly 200 rolls of toilet paper inside stolen SUV
Patrolling officers in Beverly Hills found nearly 200 rolls of toilet paper inside a stolen SUV, officials said.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Officers with the Beverly Hills Police Department made a bust involving one of the most in-demand items in the coronavirus pandemic.
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The patrolling officers discovered 192 rolls of toilet paper inside a stolen SUV. The department shared a picture of the incident on its Instagram page.
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Officers also recovered a gun while searching the vehicle.
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It was unknown where the toilet paper rolls would be distributed.
No further information was immediately released.
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