Patrick White, the owner of Kaos Pizzeria place is offering free pizzas for an entire year to whoever can help police find the thief who burglarised his business. (Representational Image)
Fed up of frequent thefts, a restaurant in the US is offering a unique reward of free pizzas for an entire year to anyone who can help in nabbing the culprit of the most recent burglary in the eatery.
Patrick White, the owner of Kaos Pizzeria place in Denver, Colorado, said a man captured in surveillance footage broke into his restaurant.
White said the thief came into Kaos through a back window and stole all of the money, about USD 1,000, inside the restaurant's two cash registers before taking off. White is offering free pizzas for an entire year to whoever can help police find the thief who burglarised his business last Sunday.
"What is so disturbing about this is how nonchalantly he just walks onto the property," White was quoted as saying by KUSA-TV.
"I have a lot of female employees, it makes everyone nervous. It really brings morale down," he said.
In an effort to identify the thief, White posted the surveillance video online. The video has received nearly 2,000 views.
"He's a white male about 6'2"-- a big guy with a shaved head," White said.
While investigators continue to search for the man seen in the surveillance video, White has offered the incentive to anyone who can help lead police to an arrest.
"Our reward is free pizza for a year. an unlimited amount. You can come in every day and get free pizza," he said.
White said this is the third time Kaos has been burglarised in recent months.
"We just want this to stop. There are too many burglaries along Pearl. Nearly every business has been burglarised," White said.