The Sheep Sculpture Stolen By a Browns Fan Has Been Returned

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Update: Whichever possibly inebriated Browns fan who stole the statue has returned it, or had someone else return it. Cleveland.com has the update this morning after news spread of the theft yesterday afternoon:

Employees arriving to work on Wednesday morning saw that the vibrant statue was returned sometime overnight, human resources manager Leanne Kocian said.

The statue, which was snapped from its base when the thief made off with it, was found resting atop its base outside the business on St. Clair Avenue at East 45th Street.

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(Original story 12/15/2015) If you've wandered around Cleveland's delightful Asia Town neighborhood, you've probably seen this sheep or something like it. The sheep were part of the St. Clair Superior Development Corporation's 10th annual public art project celebrating the lunar Chinese year — this being the year of the sheep.

Anyway.



The sheep in question and pictured above was in front of Day-Glo at 4515 St. Clair. We say "was" because it's no longer there.

Here's the details via Facebook and Leeanne Kocian:

MISSING!!!! Someone literally walked off with our sheep that was in front of DayGlo. Security footage showed a guy in a Browns jersey get on top of him and "ride" him and then rip him off the pedestal and walk away with him. We want him back. Please share!

Fucking Browns fans. No word on if the suspect wears No. 2.

If you have any info, get in touch with Leeanne or Day-Glo.

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