Jamestown Police Looking For Stolen Underground Railroad Statue

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JAMESTOWN – Police in Jamestown are looking for a statue that was stolen from Dow Park.








The Jamestown Police Department says city park employees reported the more than 500-pound copper statue stolen on Monday morning.

The statue, which honors the city’s Underground Railroad history, is worth up to $2,000.









The sculpture was brought out of winter storage last Thursday and re-installed at the park.

It was likely stolen between Thursday and Monday morning, police say.















Investigators are currently checking area surveillance video and are asking for anyone who may have info on the whereabouts of the statue to contact them at (716) 483-7537.

 

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