VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.com) — The Elote Man who was assaulted and robbed earlier this week in Victorville went back to work tonight and sold out!
Victor Valley residents showed up in droves to show their support for their beloved Elote Man who returned back to work on Friday.
By 4:30 pm the corner of Hughes Road and Rodeo Drive already had a line of people waiting for him to open up his elote cart business.
The line never let-up as people kept coming and going. By 6:30 pm Moises Aguilar, or best known as the Elote Man had sold out.
Moises and his wife Izabel make their living as street vendors and really love the community they serve. Over the years, Moises has built a fan base of loyal customers who love his elotes!
When they heard he had been assaulted and robbed over $60, it made people angry and upset. A Gofundme created for Moises two days ago, has raised $4,000 from 210 donors.
Izabel told VVNG that her husband is beyond grateful for the support the community has shown him. “We want to thank everyone who’s helped us and we wish them all the blessings.”
Those wanting to get an elote from Moises will have to wait until Monday when he returns.
Authorities are actively searching for the suspects and anyone with information is asked to call Victorville Police at 760-241-2911.
To help Moises Munoz, the elote man with donations: HELP MOISES
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