Over 15,000 bottles of BluePrint cleanse juice, which retail for about $10 apiece, were allegedly stolen Friday from a Long Island City warehouse.
According to police, the suspect arrived at the location around 2:10 p.m. with a tractor trailer and stated that he was there for a pickup. He then loaded up the bottles and fled in an unknown direction, police said.
The company didn't realize it was a heist until the real driver showed up a couple of hours later, the New York Post reported. No arrests had been made as of Sunday afternoon.
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BluePrint says that its raw and organic cleanse drinks, which come in such flavors as lemon cayenne agave and pineapple apple mint, can detoxify and purify the body.