A fire destroyed a school bus used as restaurant storage by the owner of McDevitt Taco Supply early Saturday morning.
Boulder police found the small school bus “fully engulfed in flames” around 3:30 a.m. Saturday.
Restaurant owner Bradford McDevitt bought the bus about three years ago and uses it to store backup equipment and taco-making gear, he said. The bus and everything in it was destroyed by the fire, but he said he has insurance.
McDevitt thinks it is a case of arson.
A post about the torched bus on the McDevitt Taco Supply page on Facebook says, “It’s a sad day in taco land. … Any information leading to the arrest of the arsonist will be compensated with free tacos for life.”
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Source:: The Denver Post – Lifestyle