MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Edina city officials say a sculpture that was stolen from a park has been found after it was missing for several days.

A bronze sculpture called “Dreams Take Flight” was last seen in Centennial Lakes Park at about noon on Sunday, June 11.

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(credit: Centennial Lakes Park via Facebook)

The sculpture was spotting by a driver on a Richfield lawn on the 7200 block of Columbus Avenue Wednesday.

Police say the work of art does not appear to have sustained any damage.

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The three-foot sculpture, of a young girl standing while playing with a toy airplane, weighs around 150 pounds and is valued at $25,000.

A $1,000 reward was offered for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible.

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Anyone with information regarding the incident or suspects is asked to contact Edina police at 952-826-1600. The reward is being offered by the Edina Crime Prevention Fund.