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Sculptures stolen from cemetery

Thieves may sell pieces for scrap

Kahlil Gibran's sculpture, ''Seated Ceres,'' was taken from the Contemporary Sculpture Path in the last week. Kahlil Gibran's sculpture, ''Seated Ceres,'' was taken from the Contemporary Sculpture Path in the last week. (FOREST HILLS EDUCATION TRUST)
By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / August 15, 2008

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Thieves have looted several sculptures, including the work of a famed South End artist, from the Forest Hills Cemetery, possibly to sell as scrap metal, in a sign that the theft of bronze and copper has spread to the serenity of cemeteries. (Full article: 852 words)

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