Someone in Jacksonville, Florida may be getting ready to throw a Super Bowl bash for the ages -- at the expense of a local barbecue restaurant.
Last Wednesday, a robber broke into Jerome Brown BBQ and stole $4,000 worth of ribs, chicken, wings and fries from the restaurant, News4Jax.com reports.
The rib-loving robber gained entry by prying open a side door and also took away an empty cash register before winging it out the door.
Surveillance video caught the BBQ burglar in the act, but the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office have yet to track down a suspect.
The JSO noted on its Facebook page that the saucy suspect "may be getting ready to throw a Super Bowl Party!"
Ericka Morris, the manager of Jerome Brown BBQ, is making no bones about her desire to nab the thief.
“The incident that happened hurts everybody,” Morris told ABC News. “It hurts employees, managers and the business owners. We wish whoever knows something about it, just turn them in. A close friend might know him. Just turn him in, because it’s hurting everybody.”
Anyone with information about the barbecue burglary is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at (904) 630-0500 or JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org.