UPDATE: And they caught them! From Kapow! owner, Vaughan Dugan:
"Thanks to our community outreach on social media we've been able to positively identify the alleged suspects thanks to several anonymous tips we received.
"In less than 12 hours we received over 2000 shares, and hundreds of comments on our Facebook post. Everyone in the community rallied to help, from our customers to fellow establishment owners. It's so inspiring to see the community come together like that."
We will bring you more updates as we receive them.
Those great ideas you get when you've had one too many really aren't all that great, as two St. Patrick's Day revelers will soon discover.
Boca Raton's Kapow! Noodle Bar and The Dubliner were the subject to an alleged theft by two white men, pictured, who made off with over $750 worth of beer, kegs, and other draft supplies. They must have been looking to throw one hell of a kegger.
Unfortunately for the unmasked bandits, the service areas behind the restaurants are covered by some of the most high definition security cameras we've seen.
Kapow! Noodle Bar took to social media Thursday night, seeking to crowdsource the identity of the thieves.
Kapow! partner Vaughan Dugan added, "They were supposedly caught once by Mizner security and they were "scared away". Obviously they had more drinks and came back."
A photo album was also uploaded with stills of the theft.
Got a lead? Please call Boca Raton police at 561-620-6144 or Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS.
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