A popular Connecticut ice cream shop van was robbed and severely damaged and now, the shop says they may have to be permanently closed.
Nana’s ice cream serves many areas including Stafford, Vernon, Rockville and Enfield.
The ice cream post was broken into, severely damaged, and all remaining ice cream was stolen, the shop said in a Facebook post.
The exhaust pipe and one-two feet of catalytic converter were also stolen.
“This ice cream season, with COVID, has without a doubt been very challenging. This season has had many of my money making events, fireworks, carnivals, fairs, sports, school field days, graduation, city-wide events, summer. The camps were missing. The owner said in a statement, “Day, lake and pool. I pasted it out, attended driving, parades and some birthday parties in the neighborhood, ”the owner said in a statement.
The ice cream shop said the other ice cream truck, which is at Royce’s Garage in Stafford, needs to be served, which is a big expense.
“I’m so sorry, I didn’t get enough money to fix ’73. The damage the ice cream van has caused today is just too bad. I can’t fix any of my trucks right now. Sorry, I am giving you all down, ”said the owner.