VIDEO: Restaurant looking for desperate thieves

Posted at 3:11 PM, Dec 18, 2015

You have probably seen posts on social media of surveillance video showing shady characters breaking into homes and businesses and helping themselves to whatever is inside.

Usually, the posts are pretty straight forward. The video shows the suspects doing whatever it is they have chosen to do and are accompanied by a written plea for help from the resident or business owner.

In fact, ABC Action News has done several stories featuring surveillance video taken both inside and outside of local homes and businesses. A couple of those stories have even led to arrests or the belongings being returned.

Frijoles & Frescas on West Charleston Boulevard in Las Vegas has gone one step further in their effort to find two men (and a getaway driver) who recently broke into their restaurant.

They set the surveillance video to music and subtitles. At the end of the edited video, they take the opportunity to promote the goodness of their tacos, inviting people to come see why the two men were so desperate for their tacos.

Watch the video below. And after you stop laughing, please share this story with your friends.


These nice gentlemen came looking for tacos...we think.Please call 702-385-5555 - LVMPD Crime Stoppers - with any...

Posted by Frijoles & Frescas on Thursday, December 17, 2015


Anyone with information about the break-in, which happened on Dec. 16, is asked to call the police or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.