Texans looking for “BBQ Bandit”

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(WOAI) — San Antonio’s “BBQ Bandit” has struck again.

Augie’s Barbed Wire Smokehouse is the latest restaurant to be hit by a bandit that had hit three other area restaurants, stealing hundreds of dollars worth of brisket and pork from businesses over the last couple of months.

“Augie’s” owner Augie Cortez, Jr. is hoping a surveillance photo will help identify the bandit, saying he stole stole 13 briskets, ten cases of beer and a brand new trash can.

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