MADISON, Wis. - Stalzy's Deli owner Corbin Reynolds walked in to work Wednesday morning to find around 60 and 70 rounds of BBs were shot his restaurant overnight.
"It was a little scary honestly and then you go through your thoughts and try to recollect who and think you know, who could we have upset? Is this a personal attack? Is it just random vandalism?" Reynolds said.
Not only were the windows of the restaurant damaged, but when Reynolds got into the delivery truck to fulfill his first order of the day, he noticed the windshield had multiple damaged spots on it as well.
"It's concerning. Especially now I think it's time to look out for one another and just look out for the community that you live in and love," Reynolds said.
Regardless of the damage to the truck, Reynolds says they will continue to drive it and make deliveries.
"We are driving it right now. We've arranged to get the windshield fixed Monday morning but for the remainder of the week, we'll be doing our deliveries in this vehicle," he said.
Despite the vandalism he is dealing with, he says he's been overwhelmed with the support from the community.
"This is why this is the best neighborhood in the city in my opinion. The outpour of support and encouragement and love we've been shown just over the past 24 hours has been remarkable," he said.
Madison police are hoping the public can help identify the person or persons responsible for the damage, and are asking people to call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014.
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