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Police search for stolen pizza delivery van in Concord

Two men were seen stealing a Rossini’s Pizzeria and Restaurant truck early Saturday morning. Concord Police Department

Police are searching for two men who allegedly stole a delivery van from a Concord pizzeria early Saturday morning, police said.

Surveillance footage showed the men placing two bicycles in the back of the van, which belongs to Rossini’s Pizzeria and Restaurant, before driving away around 1 a.m., according to Concord police and restaurant owner Gilbert Almeida.

The van was parked in the pizzeria’s lot at the intersection of Sudbury Road and Fitchburg Turnpike, police said.

“There were some tool boxes and some belongings to the restaurant in the van,” Almeida said. “Not worth more than $2,000.”

The van, a 2015 Nissan NV2500 with a Massachusetts license plate number T12096, has the Rossini’s logo and pizza graphics painted on its sides, police said.


“We are very sad about it,” Almeida said. “We don’t deal with this in the neighborhood. We don’t expect these things to happen. But they do happen, unfortunately.”

Anyone with information about the van is asked to call the Concord Police Department at 978-318-3400.

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