A Lubbock business called Board & Brush Creative Studio was recently robbed, but not in the way you might think.

KAMC News reported that the owner, Nick Tallman, says more than 90 percent of the business' inventory was stolen overnight. Located in southwest Lubbock, the Do-It-Yourself-style craft shop is where customers can buy pre-made products or make it themselves.

According to Tallman, someone stole their outdoor trailer with more than 5,400 various pieces of wood inside. The wood is used to make almost all of their in-store products. The amount stolen is said to be worth $10,000 dollars. Much of the wood is specially flown in from other parts of the U.S.

The Board & Brush owner is asking for the person, or persons, who stole his trailer to bring it back -- or at the very least return the wood that was stolen.

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