DANIA BEACH, Fla. — The owner of Jaxon's Ice Cream Parlour and Restaurant in Dania Beach is offering a life-long supply of free ice cream to anyone who can help find their missing delivery truck.
Broward Sheriff's deputies are investigating the theft of the freezer truck early Saturday from the 56-year-old ice cream shop located south of Fort Lauderdale along Federal Highway.
The truck is easy enough to spot. It has an image of owner Monroe Udell in a red apron gesturing toward photos of some of the treats offered at Jaxon's.
The Miami Herald reports a dark surveillance video shows someone driving the truck away from the restaurant as several employees were finishing up work inside. They didn't realize it was missing until the next morning.
The sheriff's office is investigating.
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