Thieves steal 7,000 pounds of apples off trees
The owners of an apple orchard in Fenton said thieves stripped the apples off 5 acres' worth of trees, stealing about 7,000 pounds of apples in total.
Officials said a farm in Linden that is owned by Spicer Orchards in Fenton was targeted between Oct. 6 and Oct. 10. The owners check on their crops every four days, so they know the apples were stolen in that time frame, according to authorities.
Thieves steal 7,000 pounds of apples off trees owned by Fenton apple orchard
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