Ed Currie, owner of PuckerButt Pepper Company, shows off the Carolina Reaper, certified the world’s hottest pepper. Currie told Fort Mill police some of his world record peppers may have been stolen and sent to a competing business.
Ed Currie, owner of PuckerButt Pepper Company, shows off the Carolina Reaper, certified the world’s hottest pepper. Currie told Fort Mill police some of his world record peppers may have been stolen and sent to a competing business. Tracy Kimball Herald file photo
Ed Currie, owner of PuckerButt Pepper Company, shows off the Carolina Reaper, certified the world’s hottest pepper. Currie told Fort Mill police some of his world record peppers may have been stolen and sent to a competing business. Tracy Kimball Herald file photo

The hottest crime in Fort Mill? Like, world record hot.

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