Keizer boy recovers stolen crepe cart

Jason Epping talks to KGW news Thursday about his missing food cart.

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by Cornelius Swart, KGW.com Staff

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Posted on March 7, 2014 at 3:43 PM

Updated Saturday, Mar 8 at 2:49 PM

KEIZER, Ore.-- A 14-year-old boy said Friday he's retrieved his stolen food cart, missing since Monday.

Jordan Epping's fledgling business, Le Crepe Apes, received a major blow Monday when someone stole his food cart from a storage lot in Salem.

The teen got inspired to start his own business after he made some crepes in French class. He set up his menu, registered a business with the IRS and used up all his savings on a $150 cart he bought on Craigslist.

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But this week Epping found himself back to square one after some crepe-cart craving cretin stole his wheels.

On Friday afternoon, however, Epping said someone found his cart on the side of Gregg Butler Auto Body Shop in Jefferson and that he's got it back.

Persistence is the first ingredient to any success.

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