Montreal – Police seek info on stolen statues
One of three statues stolen Saturday, Jan. 22, from Canada Billiards in Laval. The statues, one bronze, one silver and one gold, are estimated to be worth a total of about $10,000. The thief or thieves stole nothing else from the business and Laval police had no suspects as of Tuesday at midday. Photo: Courtesy Laval police
Three statues, about 30 centimetres tall, all signed by hockey legend Maurice Richard, and worth a total of $9,000, were stolen Saturday from Canada Billiard and Bowling in Laval.
The thieves set off the building’s security alarm, Laval police Constable Franco DiGenova said. A window next to the front entrance and a display case were smashed. DiGenova said it’s unlikely anyone could sell the items on the Internet, since they are one of a kind.
Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call Laval police at 450-662-4636.
Police seek info on stolen statues.