Lost Pizza Company closes sooner than expected after break-in
“This was a very difficult decision and we want to thank all of our loyal customers that have supported us over the past 5 years"
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Lost Pizza Company in Jackson is closing after a break-in robbery Monday night.
According to a Facebook post, the company’s lease term was up at the location in Maywood Mart and they had already chosen not to renew their lease. Their last day open was supposed to be Sunday, June 30th, but due to the robbery and the damage from the break-in they are closing immediately.
A surveillance video viewed by WLBT shows a man throwing a rock through the front door of the restaurant and crawling inside. He then pulls both registers out, taking the cash box and leaving the point of sale terminals hanging from their cords. Employees of the store told us that by the time they would be able to get new terminals in, it would be almost their last day open anyway.
The restaurant will move to a new location that has not yet been determined.
“This was a very difficult decision and we want to thank all of our loyal customers that have supported us over the past 5 years You all are awesome and we hope that you will continue to enjoy Lost Pizza at any or all of our 3 other Jackson metro locations."
You can find the other Lost Pizza restaurants in Flowood, Brandon, and Ridgeland.
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