Statement from Tillamook County Creamery Association Regarding Recovery of Stolen Cheese Tour Vehicles
July 15, 2014
Late on Monday night, July 14, we were notified by the authorities working the investigation that our three Tillamook VW mini cheese sampling buses had been found by police in near original condition. We are thrilled with this news and extremely pleased to be able to recover our beloved cheese buses. At this point, the police are still working toward any arrests tied to this case, and the logistics and timeline for returning the recovered buses to Tillamook are still being worked out. As we await further information about the conclusion of the investigation, Tillamook would like to express sincere appreciation to the law enforcement agencies who have been tirelessly working this case over the past few days, as well as to all of the media outlets and loyal Tillamook fans that helped spread the word about our missing vehicles. While this kind of senseless crime is shocking and saddening, we are grateful for this happy ending.
About Tillamook County Creamery Association
Celebrating 105 years as a farmer-owned cooperative in 2014, the Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) is a cooperative of approximately 100 dairy farming families guided by century-old values of quality, cooperation, integrity, stewardship and responsiveness. TCCA prides itself on its commitment to providing families with the most consistent, best tasting, highest quality dairy products made in the most natural way possible. Earning top awards for their cheese, ice cream, sour cream, butter and yogurt products, Tillamook has quickly become one of the top dairy brands in the country.