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4-ton statue stolen from Lindon business



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LINDON -- Some determined thieves stole a sculpture weighing roughly four tons from a Lindon business Friday night.

The manager of the Timpanogos Harley-Davidson store said someone stole the $100,000 work of art titled "Land Speed" by Jeff Decker. It's a giant metal sculpture of a motorcyclist mounted to a giant rock slab that was sitting outside the store.

4-ton statue stolen from Lindon business

Somehow, thieves brought in heavy machinery, lifted the entire sculpture, rock and all, and hauled it away.

Lindon police are asking anyone who saw a crane or forklift in the area Friday morning to call them at 801- 229-7070.

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