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Stolen Jagermeister stock in circulation

Cellar Trends has asked the on-trade and drinks retailers to beware of being offered stocks of stolen Jagermeister, following a theft from a lorry in Lincolnshire.

Fifty pallets of Jagermeister 50cl bottles were stolen from a lorry on the A1 near Foston, Lincolnshire, this week. The stock is readily identifiable because 50cl packs are not in general distribution.

Anyone being offered such stock is asked to contact Cellar Trends on 01283 217703 and ask for Christian Davis, or to contact PC Meldrum at Lincolnshire Police on 01476 402222.

It is believed some of the Jagermeister 50cl packs have been offered to convenience store owners in the Greenford area.

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