Chick-fil-A enthusiasts in Georgia have the opportunity to earn free food for an entire year, but they'll have to put on their detective hats to have a shot at getting 12 free months of delectable chicken for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
A Chick-fil-A catering van was stolen earlier this month from the parking lot of one of the restaurant's Cartersville, Georgia, locations. According to police, a homeowner found the van sitting outside his residence several days later, where it had crashed into his car.
The restaurant posted pictures of the suspect, who was captured on surveillance video, using Facebook to ask residents to help identify the suspect. In exchange for information leading to an arrest, one lucky crime solver will be handsomely rewarded.
"REWARD! Chick-fil-A for a year to the person who can identify this suspect, leading to an arrest, who stole the Chick-fil-A catering van on Sunday night," the Facebook post stated before encouraging residents to call the local police department with any tips.
The suspect remains at large and any information will remain anonymous.
Chick-fil-A's total systemwide U.S. sales in 2014 reached a whopping $5.8 billion, making it the eighth most successful fast food chain in America.