Boozy burglers steal 60,000 'distinctive' Jägermeister bottles from Walsall unit as police appeal

The stolen bottles of Jägermeister were described by police as being 'very distinctive'
-Credit: (Image: Walsall Police)


Police are appealing for information after more than 60,000 bottles of Jägermeister were stolen from a Walsall warehouse. The alcohol was stolen from a unit in Freyers Road, Bloxwich, between 11pm on February 16 and 5am the next morning.

The stolen bottles were described by police as "very distinctive" as they had white spot stickers on the back instead of pink UK duty-paid stamps. Investigators said the bottles were being sold.

West Midlands Police today urged anyone who knows where they were being sold, or who they were being sold by, to contact the force. Walsall Police posted on social media platform X: "We're appealing for the public’s help after more than 60,000 bottles of Jägermeister was stolen in a burglary in Bloxwich.

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"The burglary took place on an industrial unit in Fryers Road between 11pm on February 16 and 5am the following morning. The bottles are very distinctive in that the bottles of Jägermeister have a white spot sticker on the back of the bottle instead of showing the pink UK duty paid stamp.

"We're appealing for anyone who may have any information about the stolen bottles including details of where they are being sold, who Is selling them, if you have purchased them and where did you buy them from.

"If you have any information please contact us by calling 101, quoting crime reference number 20/244919/24. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."