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24 pounds of fajita meat stolen from Gainesville restaurant’s freezer
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Employees of a Gainesville restaurant discovered 24 pounds of fajita meat was stolen overnight this week from Catalina’s Restaurant on John Morrow Jr. Parkway, police said. - photo by Clark Leonard

Employees of a Gainesville restaurant discovered 24 pounds of fajita meat was stolen overnight this week, police said.

Gainesville Police took a burglary report Tuesday, May 1, at Catalina’s Restaurant on John Morrow Jr. Parkway. Sgt. Kevin Holbrook said authorities believe a rock was thrown through a window.

Holbrook said the meat was stolen from the restaurant’s freezer. According to the report, the burglary happened between 11:45 p.m. Monday, April 30, and 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 1.

Police did not release any further information on the case.

The owner was not at the restaurant when The Times called for comment Thursday, May 3.

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