Thursday, June 2, 2011

Missing Bigfoot found

Posted By on Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 9:29 AM

click to enlarge COURTESY OF ROOST
  • Courtesy of ROOST

The downtown business owner whose 300-pound Bigfoot statue went missing Tuesday says she’s relieved to know he’s safe.

Biggie the Bigfoot was found at Medical Lake High School around 7:30 pm on Wednesday, says Joy Arch, owner of Roost, a furniture and antique store on West Main Avenue.

Arch says she is now trying to figure out how to get the 8-foot-tall steel sculpture home from the Medical Lake Police station. Police did not tell her if they have any suspects, but Arch says she thinks it was “probably just a prank.”

“It’s just a little inconvenience, but we’re glad he’s back,” Arch says.

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