Sculptures were recently stolen from an art exhibit in front of the Ferry Building. Courtesy San Francisco Police Department

Sculptures stolen from public art exhibit near Ferry Building

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating sculptures recently stolen from a public art exhibition in San Francisco.

On Sept. 4, promoters of an art exhibit at the Harry Bridges Plaza in front of the Ferry Building noted three bronze sculptures has been stolen from the exhibit, polices said.

The sculptures were part of a four-piece set that had been contained in a larger bronze cube.

Police said it is possible the stolen sculptures may have been taken to a pawnshop or collector’s display, but it is also possible they will end up at a metal recycler.

Anyone with information on the sculptures’ whereabouts is asked to call police at (415) 345-2400.

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