UPDATE: Pinky G’s wants its couch back

Update Dec. 11, 10 a.m.: The couch has been returned to the Pinky G’s alleyway.

An Instagram post from the pizzeria depicted the missing couch with an apology note.

“Sorry, thought it was up for grabs,” read the note.

“It’s a Christmas pizza miracle! …thank you to the guys who brought our couch back. We appreciate your honesty in this ‘misunderstanding’. Happy holidays everyone!” read the post from Pinky G’s this morning.


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JACKSON, Wyo. — Video footage from a Pinky G’s surveillance camera appears to show that two men stole a couch from the pizzeria’s alleyway on Tuesday evening.

The couch was located in the breezeway for the night after it was moved there to accommodate an event at the restaurant.

According to Tom Fay, owner of Pinky G’s pizzeria, on Tuesday night the restaurant moved the couch out into the breezeway for storage but failed to put it back in by the end of us closing up shop.

Not thinking too much into it, Fay and staff weren’t immediately worried.

“On Wednesday, we noticed it gone, thought it was just a simple mistake, and didn’t freak out necessarily,” said Fay. “But then we found out that the moving company from JH Roasters didn’t take it. So this morning we finally saw the surveillance with two kids, in what looks like a silver Volvo cross country station wagon stealing the couch.”

Jackson Police Department is currently investigating the theft.

If you recognize the individuals in this video, have additional information, or witnessed this crime, please contact the Jackson Police Department at (307) 733-2331.

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Caroline Chapman is a Community News Reporter. She enjoys reading non-fiction, skiing, hiking, and playing piano in her downtime. Her favorite aspect about living in Jackson is the genuine admiration that Wyomingites share for the land and the life that it sustains.

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