ONLY IN BOCA: Brass Statue Stolen, Police Shown Empty Space

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca Raton Police were called to the 700 block of NW 5th Avenue when the homeowner noticed a patch of grass that wasn't really there before.

According to a police report, the homeowner “showed me an empty patch of grass where a two foot to three foot statute used to be on his front lawn The statue was described as a 200 pout statute of a boy pushing a girl on a swing, all brass. According to the homeowner, he last saw the statute on October 4th around 10am.”

No leads at this point. If you see a 200 pound statue of a boy pushing a girl on a swing, please call police.

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