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Bronze Statues Stolen from Madison



    Bronze Statues Stolen from Madison
    Madison Police
    Two sculptures by Dana Stewart were stolen from Madison.

    Police in Madison are investigating after someone stole two bronze statues weighing 70 pounds and worth almost $20,000 from a display known as "sculpture mile."
    Between May 15 and May 16, the two statues were stolen from outside the Madison Stop & Shop on Samson Rock Road, according to police.

    Both sculptures stolen are by Dana Stewart, a California native and New Jersey-based artist. One of Stewart’s pieces, called Oliver weighs 50 popunds and another called a small nondescript beast, weighing 20 pounds.

    They are part of an outdoor art exhibit sponsored by the Hollycroft Foundation, a non-profit that exhibits the works and sells them on behalf of the artists who created them.

    Works by 23 artists are on display in the Madison exhibit,

    Anyone with information is asked to call Sgt. Neal Mulhern at (203)318-3040 or Det. Chris Sudock (203)318-3041.