Hotel Chocolat appeal for missing 'Chocmobile' information

Hotel Chocolat appeal for missing 'Chocmobile' information

Last night, Hotel Chocolat took to twitter to appeal for information about the 'beloved Chocmobile' which has been stolen from their headquarters in Hertfordshire.

The unique van is used by the company for PR events, and typically sells ice cream, sweets, hot drinks and, of course, chocolate. 

Hotel Chocolat asked their twitter following to message the page with any information. They also created the hashtag "#findthechocmobile", to spread awareness.

The chocolate company told the BBC that they have rewards to offer for anyone who can help which include a trip to their infamous 'Inventing Room' at the Hotel Chocolat factory, as well as a five-year subscription to the Chocolate Tasting Club.

A spokeswoman for Hotel Chocolat said: "To be honest, it's pretty hard to miss. And we want it back."

Hertfordshire Constabulary said in a stated: "CCTV spotted offenders who smashed a window and gained entry to the vehicle behind the back of Mint House before stealing it.

"Three males were spotted at the scene of the crime. If you have any information that could help with our investigation please dial 101, quoting 41/69223/19."

To contact Hotel Chocolat, please DM them on their Twitter page.


Picture Credit: Hotel Chocolat

Emma Richardson