A Coral Springs family has lost their business after their food truck was stolen on Saturday.
The food truck, called Crazydilla, has been owned and operated for five years by Noah and his wife Jackie Tanner who said they serve up “the best gourmet quesadillas in town.”
Noah Tanner kept their truck behind a restaurant on 1380 S. Powerline Road in Pompano Beach for safety at night, however, sometime between 11 p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday, someone stole the $70,000 truck that, to him, was worth much more.
While he, along with the police are looking for their truck, some of the other food truck vendors in the community have been gracious enough to help them out.
“Some of the other food trucks in the community are going to help me out with a few shifts, and other than that, pray it’s found fast.”
He said that insurance will cover it, but it might take a while for the claim. “We meet the detective on the case tomorrow to find out what our options are.”
Tanner asks If anyone sees their truck to please contact the police right away. “My family doesn’t deserve to suffer because someone wants to be a jerk. I work my butt off to give them a good life and someone just ripped it away.”
Update December 1, 2015: We heard from BSO that the food truck has been recovered and that it is an on-going criminal investigation. No other information is available at this time, other than they are working several leads.
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