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Little Mermaid Stolen!



Disney enthusiasts and/or nostalgic tweakers have apparently stolen a statue of the Little Mermaid, worth an estimated $28,000, from the International Peace Gardens in Jordan Park (1000 W. 900 South).---

The three foot bronze replica of the Little Mermaid, which has resided in the park since 1955, was reported stolen on February 26. Police are looking for any and all tips about the theft and encourage the public to use their anonymous tipline 801-799-3000.