Dining News: Vandals Trash Tamaya Sushi
December 17, 2015
Tamaya Sushi, a restaurant that closed earlier this month after it lost its lease, was trashed the night before the space was to be returned to the owner, reports Bob Shallit in the Sac Bee.
On the night of Dec. 3, she said, somebody did “severe damage” to the place, pulling down ceilings, smashing toilets, cutting electrical wires, pouring concrete into drains and destroying mosaic tiles on walls and granite countertops. Air conditioning equipment also was removed.
Adding insult, soy sauce was poured all over the floors.
Read the entire story in the Sac Bee.
Building owners estimate that the damage will cost up to $500,000 to repair.
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