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A German cookie manufacturer has found itself the victim of a crummy theft.

The Associated Press reports that police are on the lookout for a giant golden cookie that was stolen from a sculpture atop the Bahlsen headquarters in Hannover. The 100-year-old, 44-pound biscuit went missing earlier in January, baffling authorities until this week, when a ransom note was mailed to Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper along with a photo of the apparent thief holding the sculpture while dressed in a Cookie Monster costume.

"I have the cookie! And you want it," the letter reads, according to HAZ via Spiegel.

The perpetrator is demanding that Bahlsen donate cookies to a local children's hospital, making the effort to specify that the cookies be "milk chocolate." According to a HuffPost translation of HAZ, if his demands are not met, the gold cookie "will wind up in the trash with Oscar the Grouch."

The ransom note is signed "Kr

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Well, I guess if you're going to break the law you might as well do it in style. :laugh:

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I want 6 fresh sugar cookies a day, or your statue gets it.

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It's nice to meet a criminal with a sense of humor. :laugh:

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The perpetrator is demanding that Bahlsen donate cookies to a local children's hospital, making the effort to specify that the cookies be "milk chocolate."

Alright, this guy's crossed the line. Dark chocolate or death.

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