Police looking for stolen statues valued at $6,500 each

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU)-- Police are asking for your help getting information on two statues that were stolen from an Eau Claire antique store.

Eau Claire Police say the owner of the Antique Emporium, which is on Main Street, reported the statues missing last Thursday. Combined, they're worth about $13,000.

The statue on the left is called American Indian and Girl and weighs about 25 pounds. The statue on the right is a Farnese Bull Bronze sculpture and weighs between 40 to 45 pounds. It's 17 ½ inches tall and 14 ½ inches on both sides.

If you have any information, contact Detective Kaveney at 715-839-8855.

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