This is the quintessential Canadian story.
Police say they arrested three people and are looking for five others after 10,000 barrels of maple gold, valued at $20 million, were pilfered from a warehouse east of Montreal between August 2011 and this past July.
"Two-thirds of the stolen syrup has been found," police said in a statement.
Richard Vallieres, 34, Avik Caron, 39, and a third unnamed suspect were to appear in court in Trois-Rivieres, Que., on Tuesday.
They face charges of theft, conspiracy to commit theft, handling of stolen goods and fraud.
Police say they seized vehicles used to transport stolen maple syrup and executed several search warrants in Quebec, New Brunswick, Ontario and several northern U.S. states. Officers also seized two forklifts, four syrup kettles, platform lifts and six electronic scales.
The maple syrup was stolen from a warehouse operated by Quebec's federation of maple syrup producers, police said.
No word if Walter White was the mastermind of this brilliant heist. He probably was, though.
[H/T: Sun News]