Huntsville small business has $10,000 of equipment stolen

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Owners of Angel's Island Coffee discovered they had been the victim of theft Sunday morning when they discovered two of their generators were stolen.  The equipment is worth around $10,000.

Co-owner Matthew Wright says they think it happened around 10:45 Saturday night.

"We think we have video surveillance of the thief driving into the parking lot and stealing the generators, we came in this morning to find the generators were gone," said Wright.

The generators were mounted on a fairly new food truck that had been traveling around Huntsville. Now, the Mobile Island truck will be out of commission until further notice.

"We're a small business serving the local community, and it's tough as it is and when you get thousands of dollars of merchandise stolen from you it makes it that much more difficult. We're already working hard enough, we shouldn't have to work this much harder," added Wright.

Angel's Island owners have notified Huntsville Police, however, they're asking for anyone to come forward with any information. They hope to get the food truck back on the road as soon as possible.

This is what the stolen generators look like. If you notice generators that look like this for sale in the near future, please notify the Huntsville Police Department.

This is what the stolen generators look like. If you notice generators that look like this for sale in the near future, please notify the Huntsville Police Department.

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