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Vick was accused by a grand jury of stealing the cookies in early February

The troop has been trying to collect payment for the cookies since the incident occurred in February.

A Girl Scout leader in Kentucky, Leah Ann Vick, 26, was arrested Monday and indicted for stealing more than $15,000 worth of cookies from her troop, and possibly others, the Appalachian News-Express reported.

According to the case, Vick picked up the cookies for her troop, but never delivered them to be sold.

“She has never paid for any of them, and anyone who has tried to contact her about them has not been able to contact her,” Rick Bartley, attorney of Pike Commonwealth, told the News-Express. “It looks like she picked up the cookies and, now, she and the cookies have disappeared.”

Vick was charged with “felony theft by unlawful taking,” and can face up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

“Right now our biggest concern is actually focusing on recovering and maintaining the troop for the girls. They use those funds for service projects, educational trips. The biggest point of the cookies sale is actually financial literacy,” Haleigh McGraw, marketing director for the Girl Scout council that serves the area, told CNN.

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A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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(UPI) If ever there was a case for Cookie Monster to investigate.

A Kentucky woman was charged this week with stealing $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies and has since disappeared, state police said.

A grand jury in Pike, Ky., indicted Leah Ann Vick, 26, on one count of felony theft after troopers said she picked up a huge load of Girl Scout cookies from a distributor on Feb. 1, but never delivered them to her troop.

Generally, Girl Scouts get the cookies in advance and pay for the order after selling the boxes. Except in the case of Vick's troop, the cookies never showed up and the troop was stuck with the bill and no way to pay for it. Now, Trooper John Gabbard, who investigated the theft, said Vick is nowhere to be found.

"She has never paid for any of them and anyone who has tried to contact her about them, has not been able to contact her," said Pike Commonwealth Attorney Rick Bartley. The case was a little confusing because she may have picked up cookies for other groups. The ones that she did pick up, at least for her own troop, were never sold by the troop. She picked up the cookies and never took them to them, so we don't know what she did with them.

Copyright 2017 by United Press International

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