West Houston’s Shawarma Land Opens on Westheimer, Burglarized Hours After First Day of Business

Shawarma Land Opens and Suffers from Theft on First Day: Owner’s Response and Investigation Update

On the opening day of Shawarma Land, a small, locally-owned business in west Houston, thieves broke in and stole the cash register containing over $1,000 in cash. The owners, located at 8571 Westheimer, were devastated by the incident and reported that the thief left behind broken glass.

Despite being located in a crime hotspot area according to the ABC13 Neighborhood Safety Tracker, owner Mohammad Assaad was surprised that the break-in occurred on the first day of business. He mentioned that neighboring businesses had also been targeted before but not on their opening day.

Assaad was determined to bounce back from this setback and continue running his business despite any obstacles. He had spent years perfecting his shawarma recipes for the restaurant and remained focused on serving his diverse customer base in the busy area he had chosen for the business.

The Houston Police Department is currently investigating the burglary, and as of now, no arrests have been made. The public is encouraged to follow Alex Bozarjian on Facebook and Instagram for updates on this story.

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