WAKEFIELD (CBS) – Somebody stole a Stanley Cup in Wakefield the night the Bruins clinched a spot in the finals.

Before each Bruins playoff game, the Ross family put their replica cup on the front porch of their home on Keeling Road.

But Friday night, someone ran off with it.

 WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports

7-year-old Abby Ross said she’s “angry and sad.”

“They don’t make these cups anymore, so it costs a fortune, so they don’t want to buy it on eBay, so they just stole it,” she told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.

Abby’s father said he got the cup about ten years ago. He estimates the value at about $350.

Comments (6)
  1. Bob J says:

    Sorry to say but if you put something outside your house of any value unsecured it will most likely be taken. You shouldn’t expect it to be there in the morning. If you put $350 dollars worth of cash outside would you expect it to be there very long? Wakefield is not the sleepy little town it use to be. It is now an overpopulated city with crime like everywhere else.

  2. burke says:

    Stupid story and stupid people. If something is valued as they “estimate”,
    you don’t leave it unattended on your front stairs. Idiots….

    I’m sure that so-called estimate is for insurance purposes. Sounds like scam.

  3. Dave says:

    burke…you are an ididot

  4. Pete says:

    These people are just trusting people, but unfortunately you can’t leave anything of value out today. People will steal anything now, hell they will come along at night and even dig up your shrubs if they want them.

  5. Kerri says:

    It is a rough time we live in unfortunately some people will steal anything that isn’t nailed down. I would like to help if I can.

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