Qualls says restaurant managers assured him they would look into what happened. The unsold baked goods are usually given each day to charitable organizations. Panera Bread spokeswoman Linn Parrish says managers didn't immediately know how the bread got to the river bank.
Load of baked goods dumped along river
MUNCIE, IN Sanitation workers spotted the mess on the central Indiana city's east side. City police Sgt. Bruce Qualls recognized the baked goods as the product of Panera Bread. The chain cafe has a location on the city's north side.