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Vail police seek information in theft of sculpture

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VAIL — The Vail Police are seeking the public’s assistance in solving the theft of a life-size bronze sculpture of a golden retriever.

During the night of June 3, the centerpiece of artist Marianne Caroselli’s bronze fountain “Wash Day” was stolen from in front of the Cogswell Gallery, 223 Gore Creek Drive in Vail Village.

The entire sculpture is valued at $24,000. There was no damage to the remainder of the sculpture.

The bronze dog is about 24 inches in height and weighs approximately 150 pounds.

A reward for information leading to the recovery of the sculpture is being offered by Cogswell Gallery.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact the Vail Police Department at 970-479-2200. People with information can remain anonymous.

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