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Peppers and Fries Awesomely Trolls Robber

What do you do when you've got surveillance video and a bone to pick?

Taking stuff that doesn't belong to you isn't nice.
Taking stuff that doesn't belong to you isn't nice.
Peppers and Fries Facebook page

Apparently, someone couldn't wait to get their burger or burrito fix until business hours. Last night surveillance video picked up footage of a guy helping himself to some of the goods inside this East Lake Street restaurant. Today, using the utmost class, Peppers and Fries shared these images:

We had a couple customers come in the middle of the night, but we missed them! We'd hate to think they weren't able to...

Posted by Peppers and Fries on Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The post implores fans, "We had a couple customers come in the middle of the night, but we missed them! We'd hate to think they weren't able to get the Peppers & Fries burger or burrito they were obviously so hungry for -- hungry enough to come in before we opened. If you recognize this guy, let us know as we’d like to be sure he and his friend get the service they deserve. Feel free to share with your friends, too. Any tips will be kept confidential; anonymous tips welcome, too."

It is unclear what exactly was taken. Those with any tips should contact authorities.

Peppers & Fries is a neighborhood bar and grill with a full bar specializing in burgers and burritos that opened in early 2015.

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