WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn (WABC) -- A newly-opened restaurant in Williamsburg says it was burglarized the night before Christmas Eve, but the thieves were only after one thing - homemade pasta.
The owner of Borsalia says someone broke into the kitchen through the basement by drilling a hole in the wall, then made off with 20 pounds of pasta, freshly made by the chefs the night before.
The burglars also stole $40 in cash but didn't touch anything else.
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All of the stolen pasta would have been sold for about $5,000.
The restaurant had to close on Christmas Eve because it had no pasta for its dishes.
The chefs worked all Christmas remaking it, so they could reopen the next day.
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