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HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF ARTURO FUENTE CIGARS STOLEN
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http://halfwheel.com/arturo-fuente-suffe...sit/145829
Another unfortunate incident happened to this company. Anyone a little skeptical, as I am?
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(04-08-2017, 11:39 AM)nayslayer Wrote: http://halfwheel.com/arturo-fuente-suffe...sit/145829
Another unfortunate incident happened to this company. Anyone a little skeptical, as I am?

Another incident?  I saw this report, but did I miss another?
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They have had quite a few fires.
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(04-08-2017, 11:55 AM)nayslayer Wrote: They have had quite a few fires.

Oh, crap...now I remember that.
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A whole container, damn..
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Rare stuff too.
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How does a whole container go missing?
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STOLEN FUENTE CONTAINER RECOVERED MOSTLY EMPTY

The missing container of Arturo Fuente cigars has been found, though the cigars in the container are a much different story.
While the 40-foot container was recovered, most of the cigars in the container have not been found. Karen Smith, vice-president of The Fuente Companies, told halfwheel that “the substantial majority” of the cigars are still missing. Smith declined to comment on where or when the container was found, citing the ongoing investigation by law enforcement.

The company said it learned the container was missing on April 3.
In a letter sent to retailers, Carlos “Carlito” Fuente Jr. said the container went missing before it reached the company’s Tampa warehouse. It directed anyone with information that could help the investigation to contact the Miami-Dade Police Department.
The company has declined to specify exactly how many cigars were stolen, though the letter described it as “hundreds of thousands.” It said the majority of the cigars were Arturo Fuente products, though a small amount of J.C. Newman and Sosa cigars—which Fuente manufacturers for—were part of the container.
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So no mention of where it was stolen & of where the empty container was found. 

I saw online that Carlos “Carlito” Fuente Jr. said it contained a quantity of rare cigars.
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