The summer season is starting to heat up and so is the barbecue business. There's nothing better than the smell of a BBQ and firing up the grill.

Unfortunately, the owner of a local barbecue business now has to ask for the public's help after a $30,000 smoker was stolen from his restaurant according to NJ.com.

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The smoker was taken from Fat Jack's BBQ on South White Horse Pike in Williamstown sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning when the eatery reopened for business. The unit was locked and built onto a trailer that has to be kept outside.

This is a devastating blow for Fat Jack's and their employees who rely on the smoker for outdoor events. This is the second time the smoker has been stolen from the premises in the past five years.

A police investigation is underway. They are also looking at the surveillance video from Fat Jack's for any possible leads. Anyone with information is asked to call the Monroe Police department at 856-728-0800.             

source: nj.com

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