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Statue of Native American woman stolen from area park

(Photo supplied/Berrien County Michigan)

A statue of a Native American woman was stolen from Niles Charter Township park on Thursday, March 17.

Now, the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the help of the public to find the statue, which was taken from Madeline Bertrand County Park.

Leader Publications reports that the three-foot bronze statue was put into the park in 1983.

Anybody with information is asked to contacted Berrien County Dispatch.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley March 22, 2023 at 10:40 am

They were just taking the statue down to protect the fee-fees of the Native Americans because that statue was a monument to racism or something…

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