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Alexandria police looking for stolen food truck

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) - Police in Alexandria are looking for a stolen food truck.

Police spokeswoman Crystal Nosal says that the Sate Truck, which serves Indonesian food, was reported stolen Saturday. Officials believe it was taken some time overnight from the 600 block of South Van Dorn Street. The address is about a block away from Satay Sarinah, the brick-and-mortar restaurant associated with the truck.

The stolen truck is dark red and has a logo with a rooster on it.

This isn't the first time a food truck has been stolen in Alexandria. A popcorn food truck was taken in November. That bright orange truck was found less than 24 hours later with the help of a person who saw a television news report about it being stolen.

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