Kentucky police have recovered five barrels of stolen Wild Turkey bourbon from a man’s backyard.
After responding to a tip-off on Wednesday, Franklin County sheriff’s deputies found the barrels of the popular whiskey behind a shed, each with a value of between $3,700 and $6,000. About 25 firearms were also found, NBC reports.
The bourbon was produced in a Wild Turkey distillery in Lawrenceburg and was still aging.
One man has been arrested and authorities are still following up on leads.
Sheriff Pat Melton couldn’t say yet whether the heist was connected to an unsolved 2013 theft of rare Pappy Van Winkle bourbon, worth more than $25,000.
Wild Turkey is testing samples of the bourbon and is conducting its own investigation.
About 95% of the world’s bourbon is produced in Kentucky.