Stolen Chick-fil-A van found in Cobb might lead to year of free food

A stolen Chick-fil-A catering van might mean jail for one person and free chicken for another.

The van was stolen from the Catersville restaurant but found in Acworth on Wednesday morning, said Lt. Michael Bettikofer of Cartersville police.

As of Wednesday, Bettikofer said, Cartersville police technicians were processing the van for evidence and have no suspect. He didn’t know where the van was found.

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Travis Kuhn will just be happy he and his staff won’t have to deliver food to customers in their own vehicles.

Kuhn, executive director for the store, said there was no food inside the van when it was stolen.

He said the person who helped the cops find the van gets 52 free meals, but he hasn’t heard who that might be. The restaurant advertised the reward on its Facebook page.

Bettikofer said he didn’t know how police found out about the van.

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