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General Manager A grill In Texas, he says, a thief stole nearly $3,000 of breast meat on the morning of August 4.
Allison Clem, general manager of La Barbeque in Austin, Texas, said that 20 vultures were stolen by someone who jumped over the fence around 4 a.m. and ran toward the smoker, according to her. Fox 7.
Clem said she thought the thief was planning the robbery.
“We’re kind of expecting he’s been watching. You know, someone used to cook for us maybe. We haven’t had a spin in our house since we’ve been here, so it wouldn’t be current. That’s also kind of weird he knew.” Clem said.
She said the incident was caught on camera and lasted about 15 minutes.
“One of my strongest players back there can barely lift 10 cartridges in a box, and [the thief] He raised them above his head. So, I really think it was planned.” Clem said.
The cost of the meat is $3,000, Clem said, when accounting for spices and labor.
Clem also said that while it’s the seventh or eighth time the restaurant has been broken into, this is the first time This is meat to steal.
“I can only speculate that maybe he works in a food truck or a restaurant. I don’t know, he even throws a party. I have no idea,” Clem said.
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