Thursday, January 03, 2008

Stolen Yacht Club Statues Found at Alabama Frat House

Stolen Statues Found

By Patrick W. Connelly
, The Frat Boy News

Two statues valued at about $17,000 stolen from a local yacht club were found last week at the University of Alabama's Sigma Pi house, police said.

While brothers were home for winter break, a university employee was doing a routine inspection of the fraternity's house when she found the two statues first reported stolen sometime between Dec. 14 and 19 from the NorthRiver Yacht Club in Tuscaloosa, Ala., police said.

One of the statues, a goat worth about $16,000, would have need three or four people alone to move, police said.

Because of the break, students and brothers of the fraternity haven't been questioned or charged in the theft. Police plan to begin inquisitions when students return to campus.

The club's Web site says the facility is a premier golf, recreational and social facility.

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