A popular ice cream van in Connecticut has been looted and severely damaged, and now the store says it may need to be closed permanently.
Nana’s ice cream serves many areas, including Stafford, Vernon, Rockville and Anfield.
The ice cream truck was broken, severely damaged, and all other ice creams were stolen, the store said in a Facebook post.
A few feet of the exhaust pipe and catalyst were also stolen.
“This ice cream season, together with COVID, was undoubtedly very challenging. The season lacked many of my money-making events, fireworks, carnivals, fairs, sports, school field days, diplomas, citywide events, summer camps, kindergartens, lakes and swimming pools. I did it by driving the neighborhoods, parades and a few birthdays, “the owner said in a statement.
The other ice cream truck, which is at Roys Garage in Stafford, needs to be serviced, which is a big expense, the ice cream shop said.