Man named Fudge stole ice cream, cakes, and more from former employer, say Iowa police

Conor Fudge
CBS affiliate KCCI

(CBS/AP) IOWA CITY, Iowa - He's a former ice cream store worker who is accused of stealing money, ice cream, cakes and other treats from the place.

His name is Conor Fudge.

Hey, we didn't believe it either!

Iowa City police say the 25-year-old Fudge entered a downtown Cold Stone Creamery after business hours on Sept. 11 and Sept. 12. Security footage allegedly shows him taking money from a safe, as well as cakes and containers of ice cream.

That would make him a "Cold Stone Crook."

The store owner says Fudge, who stopped working at the business in late August, got in with an unauthorized key. The stolen money and goods (or should that be goodies?)  totaled an estimated $500.

Fudge was charged with third-degree burglary and an aggravated misdemeanor count of third-degree theft. 

Excuse us for asking, but maybe he just had a meltdown?