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Smell Leads Police To 9.5 Tons Of Stolen Garlic

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Even before Austrian police pulled over three trucks near the Hungarian border, they could smell that something was up. The trucks had foreign license plates and were way overloaded. Police did not need sniffer dogs to know what kind of contraband they'd captured: more than nine tons of stolen Spanish garlic.
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