Hershey's has given a college student 6,500 Kit Kats after his was stolen.
Kansas State freshman Hunter Jobbins made national headlines after someone broke into his car and stole his Kit Kat. The thief left behind a note saying he or she was sorry, but they were hungry.
After Hershey's heard about the theft, they decided to make sure Jobbins has plenty of Kit Kats to share. They filled his car with 6,500 Kit Kats.