Sculpture on the Northshore trail stolen

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erok
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Have you see me?

Over the weekend vandals have made off with the silhouette portion of the Unkillable Human Sculpture (pictured above). The artwork represents a significant installation on the North Shore segment of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Please call or email Friends of the Riverfront if you have any information to help us bring him home.

http://www.friendsoftheriverfront.org/new_pages/


erok
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one time at night, i thought that sculpture was someone waiting in the dark


reddan
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“Love your art, lock it tight”

Shoulda used a fahgettaboudit


mark
Participant
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my bike is safely locked out front with this very lock… ahhhh… the peace of mind.

that sculpture scares the shit out of me on a regular basis… i am going to miss that :(

i wouldn’t be suprised if its in the river less than 50 ft from where it stood… .but thats just my understanding of vandals… maybe these guys are more like modern art theifs


Swalfoort
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My guess is that someone is trying to sell it for scrap….


Nick D
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^^^ yea, probably scrap…


justin
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scrap is possible, but you only get about $45 for 1,000 pounds. if that sculpture is 80 pounds, that’s like $3.


sloaps
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http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09216/988475-100.stm

stolen for $45 scrap, or $40000 art…


sloaps
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rsprake
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Found in a Bridgeville living room, what is with Bridgeville lately? Must be the stressful commute that is driving them crazy.


StuInMcCandless
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Well, it’s pretty darn likely that he didn’t cart it there on the 31E bus or on a bike. It’s those darned cars again. See what trouble they cause? Might be he even used a pickup truck! (jk…)


salty
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Just saw on the news that one of the thieves’ fathers called the po-po on them…

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