Cut off and stolen...one of the metal figures of children that are part of the Walking on Logs sculpture was stolen on Friday night.
Walking on Logs sculpture vandalized and one stolen
Last Friday night, apparently with little or no traffic to provide a witness, someone, likely more than one person sawed off one of the statues that comprise the Walking on Logs metal sculpture that has served as a greeting at the gateway to West Seattle since 1996, just to the right and near the top of the West Seattle Bridge before it intersects 35th Ave. S.W.
It features a series of figures posed to be walking on logs.
The suspects cut through two inches of thick steel of one of the figures, one with his arms spread wide, at his ankle and stole it.
Detectives are investigating the theft and ask anyone with information to call police.
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