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This article was published 11/12/2012 (1290 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
ST-LEONARD-D'ASTON, Que. -- You've heard of corn on the cob but what about corn on the lam?
Thieves using at least a dozen large trucks struck at a farm in central Quebec overnight Tuesday, making off with an estimated 400 tonnes of the product.
The farmer who owns the crop estimates the value of the theft at $140,000.
The unidentified farmer says the corn had been stored in silos at the farm located about 130 kilometres northeast of Montreal.
-- The Canadian Press