Huntington restaurant owner is searching for stolen skull painting

A burrito shop in Huntington is searching for a person who stole one of the restaurant's paintings.



Robert Velasco, the manager of Fat Artie's Burrito Shack, says the paintings in the establishment are expensive and can run up to a thousand dollars each. He says that the stolen painting was ordered from Mexico and has been with them since the restaurant opened four years ago.



Surveillance video shows someone taking the painting right off the wall.



The manager says there is a $100 reward.



He is asking the person responsible to come forward and says they won't file charges.


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