Metro food pantry left in a bind after catalytic converter stolen from delivery truck

DACULA, Ga. — A church food pantry said someone has stepped up to help them out after someone stole the catalytic converter off the box truck they use to pick up and deliver food.

According a Facebook post, The Pantry at Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church in Dacula the theft happened early Thursday morning.

Help us turn this frown upside down! Unfortunately, this morning we discovered the catalytic converter from our Pantry...

Posted by The Pantry at HMUMC on Thursday, September 23, 2021

“We pick up over 10,000 pounds of food to help feed our patrons, and we need your help in figuring out how to do that this weekend,” the post said.

Organizers for the pantry told Channel 2 Action News Friday afternoon that someone had stepped up with a truck and they pantry would be able to make their delivery for Saturday morning.