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Employees at local business want their buffalo statue back

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Employees at a local business just want their buffalo statue back.

On Sept. 19, employees at Orthopedic Associates noticed their buffalo statue was missing.

The life-sized statue has been standing outside the business for about five years.

Buffalo statue stolen from Orthopedic Associates in Oklahoma City

Buffalo statue stolen from Orthopedic Associates in Oklahoma City

Now, they just want whoever took it to return it.

“We’re just very disappointed. It’s shocking and sad that someone would take something that doesn’t belong to them. We just would like to have it back,” Gary Anderson with Orthopedic Associates told KFOR.

The office is hoping you will recognize the statue.

The buffalo is made of fiber glass and stands on a metal plate.

It is decorated with a skeleton and has a white and black color scheme.

It also has the Orthopedic Associates logo on it.

 

If you see the statue, please call police.

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