From the Cheshire Cat Facebook page:
We would like to notify everyone that we have heard from the thieves that stole the toboggan. They have also donated $100 in the name of the “Cat Thief” to Tysen’s Mission to a Million. We want to stress that this post was never meant to rally people towards revealing the pictures of their faces, it was merely an attempt to shame them in to returning the sled, and in turn for their misdemeanor, they were to turn their wrong in to a right by donating to a mission that we support wholeheartedly. We never expected that this post would garner so much attention within the social media world, and then carry on to television and radio media. This is the power of social media. And with this power, comes great responsibility. We believe that the thieves have learned their lesson. Now the balance has returned, and from this experience we have been able to turn some attention to Tysen’s Mission to a Million. We encourage everyone to check out Tysen’s mission at the link below. Check out soon what we will be doing with the returned toboggan! Tysen’s Mission to a Million
UPDATE APRIL 15: It’s been located…
Posted today on the Cheshire Cat Pub Facebook page:
On March 28 – Earth Day around 9:24pm – The “Steamwhistle” toboggan was stolen from our front entrance. This is a note to the two guys that took it. We have full footage of your theft. We have pictures of your faces, we know that you sat downstairs by the patio door for dinner. We saw you leave and pull your car in to an open spot close to the door. You couldn’t quite fit the toboggan in to your trunk so you had to jam in in to your back seat. Here’s a pic to prove we know…if you want us to post one with your faces, let us know. You have until Friday to return the toboggan with a donation of $100 for Tysen’s Wish – By the way, your beard needs a trim buddy. You can leave it in the shed out front and mail the cheque to Tysen’s Wish.
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(Above: Kathy and John vanDyk, owners of Covered Bridge Brewing)
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