Screenshot from Bliss Bakery’s security footage photo: contributed

Peachland cookie thieves run off with Bliss Bakery’s delicious goods

The cookie lovers took four trays of cookies, and left the gluten-free ones behind

Bliss Bakery in Peachland had an unusual break-in last week.

On Wednesday, Jan. 23 the local bakery posted on social media security footage that shows two cookie lovers stealing four trays full of cookies on Sunday night.

“We were a little insulted that they left only the gluten free chocolate hazelnut cookies behind. They’re really good,” wrote the bakery in their post.

In the video the cookie thief quickly stacks the trays of cookies on top of each other, before making a break for it when the alarm goes off.

Bliss Bakery is hoping that once the cookie enthusiasts are finished eating the spoils of their robbery that they at least return the trays.

“Also, if you could please return our trays we would really appreciate it,” said the bakery in a social media post.

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