STURGIS – Members of St. John's Episcopal Church in Sturgis are hoping that a statue stolen from their garden is returned soon.
According to WWMT, Church Secretary Diane Warnament discovered the statue missing on August 1st.
The statue is just two years old and extremely heavy.
St. Francis is the patron saint of animals and the environment. The church has done an annual animal blessing by the statue.
A police report was filed. So far there are no leads.
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