Saturday, June 18, 2011

Who Stole The Troll?



Yesterday the troll displayed in front of Dow Diamond was stolen, here’s the information.

“So Sorry to report... help us return him, Midland! On Friday, June 17th, 2011 sometime between the hours or 9:30 am and 10:30 am, an unknown person (s) stole the troll sculpture which was located near the front circle at Loons Stadium. If anyone has any information please contact the Midland Police Department at 989-839-4713 or if you wish to remain anonymous please contact Crime Stoppers of Midland County at 1800-422-JAIL.”

Here’s hoping the culprits get a big fat Egyptian curse thrown in their face.

“Troll Like An Egyptian” was created by Erik Johnson.

 Erik is a talented illustrator, you can find his blog here.

5 comments:

Dawn (Nickols Manor/Wacky Whimsy) said...

That is ridiculous! I cannot believe someone would do that, I really can't. I hope they get what they deserve :(

GhoulishCop said...

I've never really understood the mindset of people who do this sort of crap. Maybe that's part of why I became a cop, but I never had any sympathy whatsoever for vandals, thieves, burglars, etc. who took or destroyed other people's property.

Sure, maybe it's kids doing it thinking, "Hey, this will be funny," but that just goes back to upbringing. I never had the thought of stealing or breaking someone's stuff and my kids never did that either. I just don't get it.

As comedian Steve Martin once suggested, "the death penalty for parking violations!" And the penalties get harsher as the crime gets worse. ;>

Rich

Ghoulie Girls said...

I agree - wishing them a huge Egyptian curse! I hope Troll Like An Egyptian is returned qickly. Keep us posted!

Hurricane Martha said...

I hope you find it.

If you can get the news to report it, maybe somebody's parents will realize they've got a thief on their hands.

Also, if you post it on Facebook, we can share it.

Good luck.

Agnija said...

Why do some people lean towards destruction? Creativity is so much more fun and satisfying!

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