Massachusetts police hunt for stolen Bigfoot

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FILE - In this September 6, 2009 photo provided by NYCreator.com, Jonathan Doyle  wears a Bigfoot costume in Jaffrey, New Hampshire.
FILE - In this September 6, 2009 photo provided by NYCreator.com, Jonathan Doyle wears a Bigfoot costume in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. –(AP Photo/ NYCreator.com)

BRIMFIELD, Mass. (AP) — Police in one Massachusetts town are on the hunt for Bigfoot.

A statue of the legendary ape creature was stolen Wednesday night from outside a home in the town of Brimfield, a small town 20 miles east of Springfield.

The Worcester Telegram reports the roadside, Bigfoot-sized statue has lately been outfitted with signs reminding people to observe social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus outbreak. It’s even sported a face covering.

Police Chief Charles Kuss says investigators are on the case and have already received some tips.

Bigfoot’s owner has offered a $200 reward for the statue, which he says has a value of $2,400.

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Video footage of the theft shows hooded figures unchaining the statuee before making off with it.

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