While I won’t take responsibility for the production of this video, I’m posting it as it’s the most creative method I’ve ever seen for editing surveillance footage of a robbery into a production that we will watch and possibly remember. So, let’s call this posting both a public service and a pat on the back.
After all, isn’t motivating people to watch this type of footage and remember the faces of the culprits to assist Law Enforcement Officials the primary goal of posting surveillance footage of a crime?
The creators did an excellent job in producing this break-in footage with what appears to be the secondary goal of showing just how far people will go for it’s seemingly delicious tacos. In fact, this could be the definition of turning lemons into lemonade by spinning a felonious incident into a potential viral marketing program.
Now you be the Judge (pun intended) and see if you agree:
As you can see, no tacos were harmed in the production of this video, but I can’t say the same for the glass doors or the cash registers.
As stated in the accompanying description, this burglary occurred at 3:33 AM on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 at the Frijoles & Frescas located at 7000 W. Charleston Blvd. in Las Vegas, NV. If you have any information or tips related to this crime, please call LVMPD Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
Or, if you want what appears to be one of most delicious tacos every created, stop by the restaurant and let us know if they are so good they are truly worth going to jail. But please, visit them during operating hours, don’t break any doors or remove any office equipment and remember to pay for your purchase!