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Authorities are asking for help from the public in finding 30,000 bees stolen from 30 beehives

Sting of the century: thieves steal 30 $ 15k beehives and contain more than 30,000 bees from a Denver farm and the beekeeper fears the insects may already be dead

  • Karl’s Farm Dairy in Northglenn, Colorado, reported in a Facebook post on Monday that there were a total of 30 beehives that were stolen
  • The Northglenn police are investigating the case
  • The estimated value for the stolen bees is approximately $ 15,000
  • Boris, the beekeeper, pays his rent by selling the honey

The Colorado authorities are seeking help from the public in finding information about 30,000 bees stolen from a local farm that is already preparing to close in March.

Karl’s Farm Dairy in Northglenn, Colorado, reported in a Facebook post on Monday that a total of 30 beehives were stolen.

The Northglenn police are investigating the case.

Karl's Farm Dairy in Northglenn, Colorado, reported in a Facebook post on Monday that there were a total of 30 beehives that were stolen

Karl’s Farm Dairy in Northglenn, Colorado, reported in a Facebook post on Monday that there were a total of 30 beehives that were stolen

The Northglenn police are investigating the case

The Northglenn police are investigating the case

The Northglenn police are investigating the case

“Boris, the beekeeper did not do this for profit, but for his mental health, because he gave his honey away to those he valued the most,” the farm shared in their function. “He was invited today, but was just too sick to leave his house.”

The farm added that Boris had just started with two hives.

Boris paid rent for the use of the property by selling honey from bees, CBS4 reports.

According to the city's website, Karl's Farm was one of the last remaining plots in Northglenn

According to the city's website, Karl's Farm was one of the last remaining plots in Northglenn

According to the city’s website, Karl’s Farm was one of the last remaining plots in Northglenn

The estimated value for the stolen bees is approximately $ 15,000

The estimated value for the stolen bees is approximately $ 15,000.

“If someone took bees and didn’t know much about beekeeping, chances are that those bees are now gone,” said Shannon Sublette, whose family owns the property.

According to the city website, Karl’s Farm was one of the last remaining undeveloped plots of land in Northglenn.

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