Used cooking oil proves popular among thieves

11/7/2011 | National Public Radio

Restaurants across the country have been forced to lock up their barrels of used cooking oil to keep them from being stolen, says Tom Cook, president of the National Renderers Association. Used grease is worth about five times what it was 10 years ago, before it became a key ingredient in biofuel, and its value has made it a prime target for thieves.

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