Thief Steals $153,000 Worth of BluePrint Juice

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Criminal cleansing. Photo: Courtesy of BluePrintJuice

Out of all the food and drink items that thieves have stolen in mass amounts lately — Nutella, frozen shrimp, Campbell's Soup, more frozen shrimp — expensive juice makes the most sense. By impersonating a delivery driver in Queens, a criminal got away with an entire truck of 15,303 bottles of BluePrint, valued at about $10 each. But since the organic, raw drinks haven't been pasteurized, they're not drinkable for the usual 30-day shelf life. This thief only has five days to make use of the stolen goods — time to juice fast. [NYP]