A popular Connecticut ice cream shop was robbed and severely damaged, and now the store says they may have to close permanently.
Nana’s Ice Cream serves many areas, including Stafford, Vernon, Rockville and Enfield.
The ice cream truck was broken into, severely damaged, and all the remaining ice cream was stolen, the store said in a Facebook post.
A few meters of the exhaust pipe and the catalyst were also stolen.
“This ice season with COVID has undoubtedly been very challenging. The season lacked many of my money making events, fireworks, carnival, fairs, sports, school days, graduates, events throughout the city, summer camps, day care, lakes and pool. I stuck it out by run the neighborhoods, drive-by parades and a few birthday parties, “the owner said in a statement.
The other ice cream truck in Roy̵
“I’m sorry I could not get enough money to fix ’73. The damage to the ice cream truck today is so much worse. I just can not afford to fix any of my trucks. I’m so sorry I fail you all, “said the owner.