A Thanksgiving heist of wine in Seattle may have had a San Francisco prologue.
Cops in Washington are working with police in the Bay Area to see if the theft of $648,000 in pricey wine is connected to a March wine-stealing incident, according to the Seattle Times.
Samuel Harris, 34, and Luke Thesing, 35, were charged with the big-time theft from Seattle's Esquin Wine Merchants on Nov. 28 -- but a shipping label has connected the pair to a wine merchant who says that he bought $100,000 of rare wine from the pair.
That rare wine might have originated at Fien Wines International in San Francisco, where $100,000 of wine went missing in March, according to police.
The fine wine stolen on Thanksgiving is still at large, despite the apprehension of the suspects.