WESTON, FL – After a stolen family business food truck was found with a few missing parts, the community decided to generate some help for the owner.
When Noah Tanner discovered that his Crazydilla food truck was stolen overnight, he asked the community to help find it. He didn’t know that they would continue to help him repair the main component of the truck: a generator.
7News aired his story after the theft on Tuesday. “I saw this truck and him on TV and I thought, ‘Oh, what’s going on there?'” said Sean Nestler, who donated the generator. “After I saw what happened with the generator, I thought, ‘I can at least help if he needs a generator.'”
The thieves stole the truck and gutted it, taking the generator, a gas pedal, the battery, fuses and even Tanner’s cooking utensils. That’s when he posted the news on Facebook.
A Crazydilla fan found the truck at a warehouse in Davie and called police, but with everything inside stolen, Tanner still needed help. “It’s the holiday season. I couldn’t see somebody lose their business because of the cruel acts of somebody else,” Nestler said.
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