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Thief robs cape from back of 'Super Bulldog' sculpture

When newly unveiled, the "Super Bulldog" public sculpture by Anna Bakker of Batavia, part of the Bulldogs Unleashed community fundraising project, sported an added cape as an accessory. The sculpture is sponsored by the Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions clubs of Batavia.
When newly unveiled, the "Super Bulldog" public sculpture by Anna Bakker of Batavia, part of the Bulldogs Unleashed community fundraising project, sported an added cape as an accessory. The sculpture is sponsored by the Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions clubs of Batavia.

BATAVIA – It appears the cape has been stolen from the "Super Bulldog" sculpture, valued at an estimated $200, according to a July 9 Batavia police report about the theft. The sculpture is on display in the 100 block of Houston Street near the fountain next to Depot Pond, as part of the Bulldogs Unleashed project, which displays locally designed sculptures across the city.

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