UPDATED: Stolen 200-lb. duck FOUND!

Courtesy: Firehouse Art Center

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UPDATED: 6:42 p.m.

The 200 pound yellow plaster duck which had been stolen from the 400 block of South Flood in Norman has been located.

A resident in the area of the 8100 block of McComb Road saw the duck and called police officials at approximately 5:15 p.m.

A short time later the duck was found near the roadway in that area.  Arraignments have been made to ensure that the duck returns home.

NORMAN, Okla. – Police in Norman are searching for clues related to an unusual theft that has many in town buzzing.

Officers are on the hunt for “Samo Ducky” and those who took him.

Authorities say the sculpture wasn’t bolted down in Lions Park.

Normally, that would mean it would be pretty easy to steal.

However, “Samo Ducky” weighs approximately 200 pounds and is made out of plaster.

The massive piece of artwork was the inspiration behind the Norman Public Arts Board’s Duck Project.

The Firehouse Art Museum says they simply want the sculpture back and believe it was part of a prank.

If you have information on the missing sculpture, call Norman police.

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