Hill Barbecue, located at 3017 34th Street in Lubbock, Texas, believe they might be the victim of some sort of sabotage on their BBQ equipment. They made a public Facebook post that has now been shared over 200 times about a devastating fire that destroyed their smokers. They are now looking for answers and pleading for help from their community to get to the bottom of what happened.

Could there be a BBQ bandit running loose in Lubbock?

Here's what they had to say in their public post:

"Hi guys. As you can see from these pictures, we had a pit fire this morning. I have reason to believe that our brisket thief has turned to arson and we know what they drive now (possibly). Our overnight pit hand was here per usual. There was around a 40 minute leeway from when he left and I showed up. I am beside myself wondering how this could’ve happened by accident. I don’t think it did. I’m assuming because our pit is now locked, they decided to sabotage us in another way. Things like this can put us out of business. Hill Barbecue is built on the motto “bbq or die”. Andrew and I have made a pact that no matter what we will keep pushing to get to wherever the Lord leads us. We have gone down the path of business ownership and pursuing bbq and it has been the greatest blessing to our little family. To our little girls. Because we are stubborn, strong and won’t let the world get us down no matter what, we will be open today. We will have burgers only. Please don’t come in asking if there is anything else, I’m liable to break down in tears right in front of you. Please show up today Lubbock. I know we won’t meet our numbers with burgers only, but we need to do what we can to get there. There is no time for crying, just gotta keep pushing. Please share with your hungry friends and tell them we have burgers. If anyone happens to have a pit we can borrow for tonight, please let me know. Both of ours are now down."

The photos are pretty devastating. Take a look at the original post below:

If you have any information on what might have occurred, please reach out to Hill Barbecue at (806) 632-3313 or to local law enforcement, and share this article with your friends and family.

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