‘Curd’ Burglar Makes Off with 2,000 Pounds of Prvolone from Colorado Pizzeria
What would someone do with $5,000+ worth of cheese? That's the question one Colorado pizzeria owner is asking.
Hoss Kashani, owner of Do Drop Inn located in Pueblo, Colo. noticed his cheese supply dwindling. Kashani told KRDO in Colorado Springs that one month he even ran out of cheese. Saying, "Middle of the week I ran out cheese and I was like, 'Oh my God'".
The "curd" burglar made off with close to 2,000 pounds of provolone, leaving the owner of the Do Drop Inn wondering who could eat so many deli sandwiches. Most likely, the thief peddles the provolone to food distributors and restaurants at a sliced price.
The Do Drop Inn has since installed new locks and security cameras in an effort to catch the Krafty-y crook. Kashani recently shared a photo on social media of the suspected criminal, who moved the security camera with a pole as he loaded his vehicle.
The Pueblo police are investigating the situation. If you have any information pertaining to this case, please call Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP.