INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) – Police said on Saturday they suspect four or five people were involved in the theft of almost $2 million in electronics when a truck driver discovered his tractor trailer missing from a rest stop. Chesterfield, Indiana police officer Mike Milbourn said the cab of the missing truck was found within a half mile of where it was taken but its trailer containing more than 5,000 Blackberry Playbook tablets is still missing. Milbourn said he thought the theft of the 2007 Volvo truck Thursday on its way to Waterloo, Canada, was very well planned. …

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