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S'mores food cart trailer stolen in NW Portland

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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

FOX 12's Most Wanted stole a s'mores food cart trailer right off a street in NW Portland.

James and Elise Kelly opened Nineteen27 S'mores food cart just two months ago on the corner of NW 23rd Avenue and Kearney Street.

The cart offers a variety of flavors for graham crackers, marshmallows, spreads and toppings.

On Thursday, the couple said they went to load up the food cart for repairs and noticed the trailer was missing.

The Kelly's said someone had cut the lock and they found it lying on the ground. They believe it happened sometime between 8 a.m. and 12:00p.m. on Nov. 5 right across from the Killingsworth MAX stop.

The license plate number is U498211 and the brand of the trailer is "Look."

They said the trailer is white, with a pull down ramp door as well as a single door on the side.

Owner James Kelly said without the trailer they can't take the s'mores cart to and from it's location.

"That's trouble because we've got catering orders in Seattle, Salem, Portland. We have to get there somehow," said James Kelly.

The owners said they have rented a U-Haul in the meantime.

The Kelly's are offering 10 s'mores with roasting service as a reward for any information.

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