NOLA bakery offering free king cake for a year for info on stolen truck
NEW ORLEANS - Haydel's Bakery in New Orleans is offering one free King Cake per week for a full year to anyone who has information about a truck stolen from the bakery early Thursday morning.
The bakery posted on Facebook about the incident looking for information about a man who broke into the bakery's freight truck and stole it. The truck is described as a 24-foot International Freight truck. The truck has a crack at the bottom of the rear door on the driver's side and a scratch on the side near the back on the driver's side as well.
Our 24ft International freight truck was stolen last night. Here's the guy. Has a crack in the rear door drivers side at the bottom. Help! pic.twitter.com/nKqgNszX6p— Haydel's Bakery (@HaydelsBakery) January 19, 2017
The bakery says that the truck had several of the bakery's Mardi Gras supplies inside.
The incident occurred Thursday at 2:45 a.m.
The bakery urged its customers to call the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office with any information.
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