PLAINVILLE, CONNECTICUT- Call it a case of hamburglary as a giant, plastic cheeseburger was stolen from a burger joint. Steve's Grill was hit by burglars who took a six foot fiberglass hamburger statue from the front of the place. The owner says the display is the symbol of his business and kids considered it an icon by taking pictures with it. Steve Andrikis says he just wants it back in good shape, no questions asked.The cheeseburger has stood in front of the place since it opened and a five cheeseburger reward is offered for information on getting it returned.
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