QUINCY (CBS) – The statue of baby Jesus stolen from Quincy Center for the second time in eight years, has been found.

The statue was found a half mile away from where it was stolen inside Mount Wollaston Cemetery.

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Police say the parks department will put the statue back.

Police Captain John Dougan told WBZ-TV the ceramic statue was bolted down in a cradle in the manger, but someone reported it missing Wednesday afternoon.

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A fiberglass baby Jesus statue was stolen from the same location back in 2004.

It was eventually found floating in a river in town days later.

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No one was ever arrested in that case.