Hamburgers, chicken wings and cheese have one thing in common, and it's not a summer barbecue.
They are all categories of food that have been reported stolen in mass quantities from manufacturers and delivery people.
Thieves have made off in the past couple years with other bulk foodstuffs, with retail values of the goods typically ranging from $20,000 to $648,000.
From burger patties to Canadian maple syrup, we've gathered some of the strangest food thefts here.
$648,000 Worth of Wine
Seattle Police have recovered the $648,000 or so worth of wine stolen from Esquin Wine & Spirits storage facility on Thanksgiving Day. Police said it appears that the more than 2,500 bottles of stolen wine were kept in a "temperature-controlled environment" less than a mile away from the scene of the crime, the Seattle Times reported.
Esquin tried to contact their hundreds of customers who rented temperature-controlled storage units in its facility to inform them of the holiday