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Holiday hams worth $10K stolen from truck in London, Ont. Add to ...

Some thieves will be pigging out this holiday season after several hundred hams were stolen in London, Ont.

The Honey-Bee Ham Co. says the huge haul of meat was pinched from a refrigeration truck Friday night.

The total cost of the stolen ham is estimated at more than $10,000.

But the company says it’s continuing to take orders and that those with existing purchases will still go home with their ham in time for the holidays.

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And it’s not worried the thieves will be able to crack its 30-year-old honey glazed ham recipe, as the stolen meat was unfinished.

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