From the April 22, 2008 issue of the San Jose Mercury News:
At Second Harvest Food Bank, thieves siphoned about 200 gallons of gas, about $800 worth, from three of the non-profit's delivery trucks, said Lynn Crocker, director of marketing and communications.
To safeguard against future thefts, food bank officials purchased industrial-sized locking gas caps for its fleet of about 20 deliver trucks, at a cost of about $1,500, Crocker said.
"It cost us quite a bit of money," Crocker said. "For every dollar, we can distribute two meals. It's like 4,000 meals."