We all know the catchy jingle, "What would you do-OO-oo for a Klondike Bar?" Most of us have probably thought about what we might actually do for one. But have you ever thought about what you would do-OO-oo for a box of Girl Scout Cookies?

Early this morning (April 29), a crime most unusual took place at a North Dakota Girl Scouts Horizons building.

According to Grand Forks Herald, a Bismarck woman was arrested for the attempted burglary of a Girl Scouts Horizons building in Grand Forks. The woman was found naked, laying near a busy Grand Forks road not far from the Girls Scouts building that was burglarized. The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries, on her arms and feet, she was placed under arrest for suspected burglary and criminal mischief. Get the full story about the Girl Scout building break-in from Grand Forks Herald here.

There are no further details on this odd situation. But while we are on the subject of the Girl Scouts, do you know the history of their delicious cookies? The Girl Scout cookies go their start in 1917 when the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee, Oklahoma baked and sold cookies for a service project in their school cafeteria. The Girl Scout brand grew for many years, and it went nationwide in 1937. Now, more than 100 years since its inception, the Girl Scouts are still creating confident leaders and entrepreneurs! Get the details about the history of Girl Scout cookies here.

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