A popular Connecticut ice cream van was torn down and severely damaged and now, the shop said they may need to close permanently.
Nana’s Ice Cream serves many places including Stafford, Vernon, Rockville, and Enfield.
The ice cream truck was damaged, severely damaged, and all the remaining ice cream was stolen, the shop said in a Facebook post.
A pair of exhaust pipe legs and the catalytic converter were also stolen.
“This ice cream season, along with COVID, is undoubtedly very difficult. The weather is missing many of my money-making events, fireworks, carnivals, markets, sports, school days , graduations, nationwide events, summer camps, daycares, lakes and pools. I hid it, driving neighborhoods, drive-by parades and some birthday parties, “the owner told a statement.
The other ice cream truck, located at Roys Garage in Stafford, had to be serviced, which was a huge expense, the ice cream shop said.
“I̵7;m sorry, I’m not getting enough money to fix ’73. The damage done to the ice cream van today is even worse. I can’t afford to fix any of my trucks. I’m so sorry I neglected all of you, “said the owner.