Deer Art Sculpture Stolen in Wynwood: Miami Police

Police say five suspects stole deer sculpture from Wynwood restaurant

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    One of the deer sculptures that was stolen from Wynwood Walls in July 2012.

    Miami Police are searching for a group of thieves who stole a deer art sculpture from a restaurant in Wynwood.

    The theft happened back on March 2 at the Wynwood Kitchen and Bar Restaurant at 2550 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Miami Police said Tuesday.

    Five suspects had been seen loitering on the wall of the restaurant's courtyard around 2 a.m. Two of the suspects acted as lookouts as the other three entered the courtyard, grabbed the sculpture and handed it over the wall, police said.

    The suspects fled the scene with the sculpture, which is worth thousands of dollars. Miami Police said they're looking for the suspects, described as five white males between 20-25 years old.

    It's not the first time a deer sculpture has been stolen from the area. In fact, three life-size deer sculptures were stolen in July 2012 from the Wynwood Walls art project.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.