CHARLOTTETOWN - Police on Prince Edward Island are investigating after tens of thousands of dollars worth of food was spoiled when the heat was turned up in a refrigeration unit at a local grocery store.
Police say the incident happened overnight Thursday at the Atlantic Superstore on University Avenue in Charlottetown.
They say the temperature had been turned up in a refrigeration trailer to about 30 C, spoiling about $60,000 worth of frozen seafood, grocery and meat products.
Police are searching for a suspect or suspects.
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