CARLISLE, Pa. (AP) — Somebody is a few thousand limes away from one big party.
Police in central Pennsylvania are searching for a missing beer trailer loaded with about 1,800 cases of Corona.
Carlisle police say the trailer was stolen from a distributor sometime between Friday and Monday. Corona is a popular Mexican beer, and Saturday marked Cinco de Mayo, which celebrates Mexican heritage and pride and is an occasion for festivals and parties throughout the U.S.
Anyone with information on the trailer's whereabouts is asked to call the Carlisle police. The missing trailer is registered to Metcalf Trucking and has Maine tags.
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