2 accused of stealing $60K worth of chicken wings
DORAVILLE, Georgia - January 29, 2013 (WPVI) -- Officials say two men have been charged with stealing tens of thousands of dollars worth of chicken wings from a Georgia warehouse.
The two men, identified as Dewayne Patterson and Renoldo Jackson, pulled a rental truck up to the warehouse where they work in Doraville, Georgia back on January 11th.
They say Patterson and Jackson filled the truck with 10 pallets of wings, and then flew the coop with $65,000 worth of wings.
Both men have been charged and are out on bail.
Police have yet to track down the stolen wings.
theft, food, georgia, national/world
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